Not to pore cold water over things chaps, but don't forget you can be back classed for all sorts of things, including injuries, so don't take the class finish date as being cast in stone.
Your PRNC at collingwood?UPDATE #27
So PRNC is 2 and 1/2 weeks and the nerves are defo setting in. There is a lot riding on this and don't want to screw it up.
I've been going to the gym about twice/three times a week, doing lots of cardio, swimming and a few weights working on specific muscle groups. I also have returned back to my running group and running with them once a week doing different variations of running - long distance, sprints etc.
Been given some info about the PRNC from someone who did it fairly recently;
Tuesday - 2.4km run followed by ice breakers and team exercises
Wednesday - Swim followed by ships visit and other presentations
Thursday - Squad run followed by course debrief.
Hopefully I will pass but trying to keep optimistic for now.
Dont worry about raleigh told what to do where to go and how to do it, bit of phys, drill, cleaning and getting shouted at some times. Sounds worse than it actually isDont stress to much, if you had prepared you should be fine. As said before try your best at all times as you are assessed constantly. I completed my PRNC at HMS Collingwood on 26 Sept 2019 and the info that DarkPurple had provided is very accurate. I only realize now that I have 2 and half weeks before I start at HMS Raleigh, now that is a worry.