Last Updated on May 29, 2023 by Twinbrodas
Nigerian Navy Batch 35 Exam date for the year 2023 is what we will be discussing in this article. The Nigerian Navy is on of the Nigerian Forces that still conduct aptitude test for their candidates before they can go for the normal screening which will hold in various locations across the country.
Please note that the Nigerian Navy Batch 35 Examination is only meant for those who are Shortlisted for the exams. You can read our previous post on the Nigerian Navy Batch 35 Shortlisted Candidates For Exams to see if you are among the successful candidates who are Shortlisted for the exams.
If you are Shortlisted, congratulations. But if you are not Shortlisted, just note that you can’t participate in the next phase of the recruitment which is writing the aptitude test. So now, let’s look at the Nigerian Navy Batch 35 Exam Date.
Nigerian Navy Batch 35 Exam Date
The Nigerian Navy Batch 35 Exam Date is yet to be announced by the Nigerian Navy as the list of the Shortlisted Candidates For the exams is yet to be announced. Note that we will keep you updated and this post will be updated once there is an update on the Nigerian Navy Exam Date.
For those who are not Shortlisted to for the Nigerian Navy examination, you can still apply for the Nigerian Navy next recruitment which will be batch 36 or the Nigerian Army recruitment or even the Nigerian AirForce recruitment. But before you apply, always make sure you meet up the Nigerian Navy Recruitment requirements.
- All the Applicants must be a Nigerian Citizen.
- Being a Computer literate will be an added advantage.
- You must possess an your NYSC certificate or a letter of exemption.
- Applicants must be between the ages of 18 to 22 years for SSCE holders and 18 to 26 years for those with higher qualifications like Nurses, NCE, OND, drivers, etc
- All applicants must not be married.
- All candidates must present O’level certificate be it WAEC, NECO, GCE or NABTEB. You must have Credit in English and Mathematics.
- All applicants must be medically, mentally and physically fit.
- Medical Consultants, Chaplains/Imams should be between 30 and 40 years of age. Please note that this is for those joining the Nigerian Navy as a graduate.
- Not to be less than 1.65 meters for females candidates and 1.69 meters for the male respectively.
- Applicants must possess a minimum of Second Class Upper Division for holders of First degree and Upper Credit for HND holders if you are applying as a graduate.
- Must not have been involved in any criminal activities in the past.