Changing application

Discussion in 'Joining Up - Royal Navy Recruiting' started by Fury, May 29, 2016.

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  1. Hello,

    First post on this forum, first post on any forum in fact, I was wondering if anyone can give me some help/advice on my current situation. I am currently in the process of joining the Royal Marines however I failed my PJFT a few weeks back and was told by my CA to have a think about if the Royal Marines was for me, I took his advice and came to the conclusion that it isn't the right career choice for me. I had a think and a look at the jobs within the Royal Navy and the medical assistant really stands out to me as this was the specialisation I wanted to do for the RM anyway, my CA is currently on leave just now and I was hoping someone would be able to tell me the process I would have to go through to change my application from the RM to RN and anything else I may have to go through I.e waiting times. Any comments are much appreciated, thank you.
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  3. janner

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  4. You will have to redo your recruit test if you didn't score high enough for the job you want or choose one available to you from your scores. Have another interview (it's just about your life and then some stuff on the branch your want to do, training and maybe a bit about the navy). I assume your medical is in date so you wouldn't have to do that so next would be the PJFT and then wait for a basic training start date which once you have you will be sent on a PRNC and then onto training.

    Waiting times vary from branch to branch

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