Better to Fight in the Field or Take The Prospective Civil Servants Exam?

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Leaving busy lives as an athlete, as many as 198 outstanding sportsmen took the test for Prospective Civil Servants (CPNS) in the PPPON building, Cibubur, East Jakarta, Wednesday (10/31/2018). Without their competing attire, they wore white shirts, black pants and black skirts.

Quoted by, Menpora Imam Nahrawi noticed the athletes who were so tensed to face of the test. The athletes look more tensed than when they will compete in the field.

“They are more tensed compare to when they compete. I think because they haven’t read about citizenship questions for a long time, about the Pancasila, national knowledge and historical insights. “They have adapted to a new atmosphere,” said Youth and Sports minister Imam Nahrawi.  This kind of statement also said by the the fighter from West Java said, Hanifan. The gold medalist at the Asian Games explained that athletes had to answer the questions they got during their school days.

“I have not had the opportunity to study even though I was told that I had to take this basic ability test. I feel like a school student because I have to work on questions such as mathematics, social issues, etc., “said the athlete who had hugged President Joko Widodo and General Chair of the Indonesian Pencak Silat Association (IPSI) Prabowo Subianto after winning a gold medal in class numbers C son, as quoted from

Hanifan also added, the CPNS Special Formation Basic Competency Test is needed to determine the abilities of each athlete so that they are able to put them in a more suitable task.



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