2019 NJ LEE Information

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Re: 2019 NJ LEE Information

Post by CCSTestPrep » Tue Jul 02, 2019 12:34 pm

I have been able to confirm that the NJCSC is not carrying over the NJDOC scores to the LEE, because they are in the process of working with the test vendor to implement significant changes in the 2019 NJ LEE testing cycle. This is a long time coming and is the direct product of the new testing company buying out the rights to the exam currently used as the LEE. The new company has a lot more resources and can work with the state to make significant changes in the testing process that I've seen in place in many other states. I thought this would happen five years ago, but now is the time.

I have been training candidates throughout the country, so I'm familiar with the different forms of testing being used. I'm hoping the projected changes are correctly implemented. This cycle is going to be extremely competitive.

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Re: 2019 NJ LEE Information

Post by Bluflag12 » Tue Jul 02, 2019 9:09 pm

CCSTestPrep wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2019 12:34 pm
I have been able to confirm that the NJCSC is not carrying over the NJDOC scores to the LEE, because they are in the process of working with the test vendor to implement significant changes in the 2019 NJ LEE testing cycle. This is a long time coming and is the direct product of the new testing company buying out the rights to the exam currently used as the LEE. The new company has a lot more resources and can work with the state to make significant changes in the testing process that I've seen in place in many other states. I thought this would happen five years ago, but now is the time.

I have been training candidates throughout the country, so I'm familiar with the different forms of testing being used. I'm hoping the projected changes are correctly implemented. This cycle is going to be extremely competitive.

https://www.ccstest.com/nj-entry-level- ... lice-test/
What kind of changes do you think are going to be made ? And I’m guessing EB Jacobs isn’t administering the test anymore ?

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Re: 2019 NJ LEE Information

Post by CCSTestPrep » Wed Jul 03, 2019 11:55 am

Bluflag12 wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2019 9:09 pm
CCSTestPrep wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2019 12:34 pm
I have been able to confirm that the NJCSC is not carrying over the NJDOC scores to the LEE, because they are in the process of working with the test vendor to implement significant changes in the 2019 NJ LEE testing cycle. This is a long time coming and is the direct product of the new testing company buying out the rights to the exam currently used as the LEE. The new company has a lot more resources and can work with the state to make significant changes in the testing process that I've seen in place in many other states. I thought this would happen five years ago, but now is the time.

I have been training candidates throughout the country, so I'm familiar with the different forms of testing being used. I'm hoping the projected changes are correctly implemented. This cycle is going to be extremely competitive.

https://www.ccstest.com/nj-entry-level- ... lice-test/
What kind of changes do you think are going to be made ? And I’m guessing EB Jacobs isn’t administering the test anymore ?
PSI bought EB Jacobs in September of 2017. I have tracked their changes in other states over the past two years. Now it looks like NJ is making a significant move to catch up with many other states. For obvious reasons, I'm not looking to update and educate my business competitors, so it will have to wait until more info becomes public before I openly discuss the changes.

The main point is that the over 2,700 candidates who tested in April will be able to test again due to the changes.

https://www.ccstest.com/nj-entry-level- ... lice-test/
Dr. David A. Paprota, Ed.D.
Chief of Police (Ret.)
CCS Test Prep®
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