The Peru National Police Recruitment Process 2022-2023 involves passing various tests. Among them, one of the reasons for greatest concern among candidates is physical and psychometric ability test, which aims to measure the level of agility and skill of the candidates.
In this note of The Republic We present what the physical trials are to overcome and what behaviors and actions are prohibited.
PNP admission: what is a physical exam?
The process of intake 2022-2023 of the National Police of Peru It consists of five exams. One of them is the physical and psychometric ability test, which costs S/173. In this, you will have to pass four tests that seek to measure your abilities in running, push-ups and swimming.
PNP admission: what are the physical tests?
1. 100 meters (women and men)
This is the first test you will have to pass. Candidates will run in predetermined lanes and participate in racing series.
When you take this quiz, you will need to stay in your lane and will only be allowed one false match. In the event that you have this error, you will be qualified with zero marks.
2. 1000 meter flat test (women and men)
This test, being a long-distance race, seeks to measure your physical endurance. It is held in lines of a maximum of 20 candidates, starting from the place indicated by the start judge. The order of arrival will be controlled with the supply of numbered tokens when crossing the finish line. Candidates will then line up in a sequential order of arrival, in front of the check-in desk, to book the appropriate time.
A candidate who abandons the test or obstructs the partner will be disqualified.
3. Abdominal flexion test (women)
The test of abdominal flexion lasts one minute. The first step is to lie down with your arms, legs and feet together at the ankles. Next, you will need to bend your body until you touch the tops of your feet with your hands and then return to the starting position.
If you bend your legs, grab them or help yourself by touching the floor instead of the tops of your feet, you will be disqualified.
4. Horizontal bar push-up test (men)
The candidate has only one opportunity to take this test. It consists of doing push-ups on a fixed horizontal bar until the chin passes the level of the bar and you return to the starting position.
In this test, the candidate is restricted from swinging the body or bending or crossing the legs. Instead, you’ll need to keep your arms fully extended and bend them as you lift your body.
5. 25 meter swimming test (women and men)
In this test, the candidate must swimming 25 meters freestyle. The exam It will be taken in batches of six, in roll order. Candidates will appear for the test in all black bathing suits.
As for the attire, you should show up in an all black bathing suit. When it’s your turn, be aware that the game will be played with two strikes, a ready call, and a whistle sound. Once you reach the finish line, don’t forget to touch the wall; exit and stay in the appropriate lane.
Also, when you run the test, You should not hold on to the rails or gutter, or walk or step on the floor to give yourself momentum. In the event that you commit any of these violations, you will be eliminated from the process with a “Can’t Swim” designation.
Costs for assessments and exams
- Size, weight and documentary assessment: S/ 22.80
- Medical fitness test: S/ 231.20
- Test of physical and psychometric abilities: S/ 173.20
- Examination for academic eligibility and knowledge: S/ 137.40
- Control and trust test and interview: S/ 170.60
Total cost of admission process
The total price for the PNP entrance exam This is S/ 984. However, payment is made according to the status of the previous exam. In other words, the next assessment will be canceled only if it is deemed appropriate.
In addition, payments are made at Banco de la Nación, with the code corresponding to the relevant grade or exam.