Customs Excise and Preventive Service CEPS Ghana Aptitude Test
CEPS Ghana Aptitude Test is a phase in CEPS Ghana Recruitment Process where Applicants are asked series of questions pertaining the regulations and functions of the Customs Excise and Preventive Service CEPS.
CEPS is a Sub-agency under the Ghana Revenue Authority and the questions that will be asked are most like to be about the Ghana Revenue Authority.
Preparing for the test, prior applying for a GRA job, helps raise your awareness and confidence to a level that will allow you to answer all questions appropriately. If possible, you need to get a GRA aptitude test that was previously done, in yester years to get an idea of what to expect. Luckily, it is not hard to find yourself a sample of Ghana revenue authority aptitude test, with all the instructions and questions. Nonetheless, before getting an aptitude test sample, it would be wise for you to familiarize yourself with almost everything about GRA, right from their mandate, vision, to their goals. Below is a sample aptitude test Ghana revenue authority, gives to most of its potential candidates applying for recruitment or a job. Answers to the questions below have been provided. This is in an effort to allow you wrap your mind around how to answer correctly, allowing you to improve your chances of being right.
Q: What is the GRA Motto?
A: Integrity, Fairness and Service
Q: When was the GRA established?
A: The Authority was established in 2009 as a merger of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Customs, Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS), Value Added Tax Service (VATS), and the Revenue Agencies Governing Board (RAGB) Secretariat.
Q: What are the functions of the GRA?
(I) Integrate Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Value Added Tax Service (VATS) into domestic tax operations on functional lines.
(II) Integrate the management of Domestic Tax and Customs
(III) Modernise Domestic Tax and Customs operations through the review of processes and procedures with ICT as the backbone
Q: What are the envisaged benefits to taxpayers and the tax administration?
(I) Reduced administrative and tax compliance cost
(II) Better service delivery
(III) Improved departmental information flow.
(IV) Holistic approach to domestic tax and customs administration
(V) Enhanced revenue mobilisation
Q: What is the GRA vision?
A: “To be a world class revenue administration recognised for professionalism, integrity and excellence”.
Q: What is the GRA Mission?
A: “To mobilise revenue for national development in a transparent, fair, effective and efficient manner”