We make passing the Minnesota State Troopers Test easy.
Practice the most common state trooper interview questions complete with full-length analysis and sample answers. Walk into and out of the oral board with confidence.
Our full-length practice exams give you a real-life glimpse into the real thing. Pass all our full-length exams and you'll know you're ready to take the correctional test!
Track your progress each step of the way through our course. Go through each unit and quiz and watch that progress bar build up into success after success toward final exam preparation!
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Master the state trooper written test with dozens of lessons and over 1,000 exam questions covering all topics examined on the 2023 syllabus. This includes memory tests, directional awareness, math and spelling and grammar; incident report writing, situational judgment, and much more!
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New state trooper math questions added to course dashboard.
Additional simulated, full-length state trooper exam added.
120 new police test questions added to course dashboard.
I failed the state police exam twice before and did not want to go through that experience again. The state police exam is tough and requires a lot of preparation. Using this course plus recommended books from Amazon got me over the line. Thank you!
I had to take the highway patrol exam but only had one month left of study time. That, along with my work, make things way too difficult. But given how structured the course is, along with practice questions, you quickly build-up the knowledge level needed to succeed at the exam.
The state police written exam is what I really sucked at. This course helped, a lot! Far more than outdated textbooks I was using. I can really recommend their practice exams, too – best experience yet to know if you are prepared! I would not have passed without this course; a must-have study tool!
I was taking the New York state trooper exam but had no focus on what and how to study. What’s useful is how structured the course is, and how you can work your way through it at your own pace and test your knowledge along the way. I would not have passed without this course, that’s for certain.
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The interview test is by far the most intimidating part of the state trooper test. To be prepared, you need to do your homework – not only yourself but also how to prepare for dynamic oral board problems that test your situational judgment. This course prepares you for exactly that. Thank you!
Minnesota state troopers was formed in 1929 as an official state police agency for the state of Minnesota, U.S. MSP is a division of Minnesota department of public safe and the primary highway patrol agency that enforces traffic laws on interstate and state highways. In addition to its primary function of imposing and overseeing traffic laws, it also assists other law enforcement agencies of the state in case of emergencies. Minnesota state troopers was the preceding agency which was then reorganized and its official name was changed to “Minnesota state police”. Earl Brown was the first police chief of highway patrol and Colonel Matthew C. Langer is the current police chief of MSP. The agency is currently serving the state with total 886 employees, of which 591 are sworn personnel and the rest are civilians. The agency has 11 patrol districts and 61 stations. It is worth mentioning that the roles assigned to MSP go far beyond just highway duties. The agency is also assigned for the security of Minnesota state capitol complex and the governor.
Mission: Protect and serve the people of state through assistance, education, enforcement and providing safety and efficient movement on Minnesota’s highways.
If you fulfil the minimum requirements for submitting an application for the position of trooper, you will be evaluated in a 6-phase selection process. The selection process includes a comprehensive state troopers test. To pass the Minnesota state troopers test, candidates must complete both the physical and written exam. Applicants are directed to come well for both the tests. Written test measures candidate’s reading comprehension, writing skills, mathematic and logical reasoning and decision making ability. Physical test measures the physical strength of the candidates through 1.5 mile run, sit-ups, pushups and vertical jumps.
After passing the Minnesota state troopers test, candidates are further promoted to the Minnesota state troopers training academy for professional training and skill development.