PTDF (MSc) Scholarship Aptitude Test Past questions Study pack:
This PTDF (MSc) Scholarship Aptitude Test Past questions and answers study pack is a compilation of past ptdf questions administered from 2002 to 2017.
A crucial part of PTDF Scholarship Aptitude test preparation is to solve and practice using previous years’ papers. Solving previous year PTDF papers will help you understand the exam pattern, know the level of difficulty and ultimately, helps you create your best preparation strategy.
This study pack contains
PTDF interview past questions and answers for MSc and PHD candidates.
PTDF past question papers(General and Technical) + scanned copies from 2002 – 2017.
Past questions for PTDF administered by WAEC, CINFORES, and FLEXISAF up to 2017.
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About the PTDF test format:
The General paper section is common to all candidates and will always be the first part of your test. It contains between 30, 50 or 60 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
The first section(Paper 1) of the test is a basic cognitive skills test and could cover areas such as your use of English, General current affairs, knowledge of the oil industry (OPEC), national agencies’ acronyms, sports, politics, current affairs etc. The second paper seeks to test your technical competence based on your course of study at undergraduate level and few basic questions relating to the field you are seeking Masters scholarship.
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Sample of PTDF (MSc) Scholarship Aptitude Test Past questions Study pack
Intelligence • Capable of learning and retaining information quickly • Intellectually curious • Intellectual maturity Self-direction/Entrepreneurial skills • Ability to work independently, with minimal direction or supervision • Ability to thrive in a competitive environment and perform well under pressure • Ability to self-motivate and manage large, self-directed project
Organization and management • Manage a project (dissertation) (“project management”) • Organize, plan, and manage research/work • Maintain records • Foreign language or other skills specific to your discipline • Ability to navigate a complex bureaucratic environment • Organize & plan events (“event management”) • Prepare programs/panels • Persuade others to participate These are just the general skills needed for PTDF postgraduate studies as some scholarship offers may be for an oversea study, hence they need to make sure that you will easily integrate with the new environment you will find yourself if successful. • Additionally, skills vary from discipline-to-discipline hence what is required of a computer scientist is totally different from that of a marketer. These discipline- specific skills are very important as it goes a long way to impress on your natural knowledge of your discipline. • You don’t just have to tell them that you have these and that skills….but let your example(s) communicate the message to them.
General Knowledge/Current Affairs Any scholarship interview seeks to evaluate your level of awareness of events around you – that’s why they test your knowledge of history and current affairs. This is very important as it tells a lot about your extra-curricular life and your hunger for knowledge. Some questions are replicated below:
Mention the oil producing Local Government Areas (LGA’s) in your state.
Mention the Senator and House of Representatives member representing your LGA/Senatorial zone.
Name your L.G.A legislator in their State House of Assembly.
Knowing the date of notable events and world records are also important.
Undergraduate Project Or Thesis Questions This interview will not be complete if the committee does not revisit your past academic research achievements. Searchlight will be beamed on the solutions that your previous research offered or the questions it answered or the findings therein. You have to be at your best in answering questions on this area because they watch out for confidence which shows authenticity and originality of the work in question. Expect questions to be technically grounded and even outside the scope of the research area but all these are geared at evaluating your understanding of the project work; its scope and limitations. Also at this point, it will be more of a presentation (with necessary demonstrations) instead of just mere oral talks and weak gesticulations. For PhD aspirants, carefully rehearse your undergraduate final year project and your M.sc thesis while masters’ degree applicants should thoroughly revisit their bachelor’s degree project and other major personal or group projects engaged on.