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How to Pass the NAPOLCOM SPO Exam: A Comprehensive Reviewer

If you are aspiring to become a senior police officer in the Philippine National Police (PNP), you need to take and pass the NAPOLCOM SPO Exam. This is a promotional exam administered by the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) to qualified PNP personnel who want to advance their rank and career.


The NAPOLCOM SPO Exam is a challenging test that covers four areas: general information, verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and logical reasoning. You need to score at least 70% in each area to pass the exam. To help you prepare for this exam, we have compiled a comprehensive reviewer that covers all the topics and skills you need to master.

General Information

This subtest assesses your knowledge of our countryâs political and legal structure as well as history; the criminal justice system, and social responsibilities. You need to familiarize yourself with the following topics:

  • The Philippine Constitution

  • The Philippine Government and its branches

  • The Philippine History and Culture

  • The PNP Law and History

  • The Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees

  • The Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law

  • The Criminal Justice System and its components

  • The Crime Prevention and Control Strategies

  • The Community Relations and Development

  • The Peace Process and Conflict Resolution

To review these topics, you can read books, articles, or online resources that provide reliable and updated information. You can also take practice tests or quizzes to check your knowledge and retention.

Verbal Reasoning

This subtest measures your ability to understand and analyze written materials; to use correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary; and to express yourself clearly and effectively in writing. You need to practice the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension

  • Vocabulary

  • Grammar

  • Spelling

  • Punctuation

  • Word analogy

  • Synonyms and antonyms

  • Idioms and expressions

To improve these skills, you can read a variety of texts such as newspapers, magazines, books, or online articles. You can also use dictionaries, thesauruses, or grammar guides to expand your vocabulary and correct your errors. You can also write essays, letters, or reports on different topics and have someone check your work for feedback.

Quantitative Reasoning

This subtest evaluates your ability to perform numerical computations; to interpret data from tables, graphs, or charts; and to apply mathematical concepts and principles to solve problems. You need to review the following topics:

  • Basic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)

  • Fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios, and proportions

  • Algebra (equations, inequalities, functions)

  • Geometry (shapes, angles, area, perimeter, volume)

  • Statistics (mean, median, mode, range)

  • Probability (simple events, compound events)

  • Word problems (age, distance, rate, time)

To master these topics, you can use textbooks, workbooks, or online tutorials that provide clear explanations and examples. You can also solve exercises or problems that test your understanding and application of the concepts. You can also use calculators or other tools to check your answers and correct your mistakes.

Logical Reasoning

This subtest gauges your ability to think critically; to recognize patterns or relationships; and to draw logical conclusions or inferences from given premises. You need to develop the following skills:

  • Deductive reasoning (syllogisms, arguments)

  • Inductive reasoning (analogies, generalizations)

  • Abstract reasoning (series completion, figure analysis)

  • Numerical reasoning (number series, letter-number codes)

  • Verbal reasoning (statement analysis, assumption identification)

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