Hey everyone, I have found these forums extremely useful so I feel like I should also contribute to help others. I would like to share my experience of the FAT's for those that are thinking of going aircrew. Make sure you arrive by at least 16:00 (if traveling by car, I don't know the timings etc for trains), you will need to go to the candidates mess to pick your keys up for your accommodation. You will then drop your bags off at the candidates mess (shown on the map you will have been given) and then you need to head off to Adastral Hall where a Lieutenant will give you a short brief on what to expect. The rest of the night is yours and tea will also be served (the food is very good by the way!). Make sure you get plenty of sleep, fire alarm goes off at 06:00 and you should be at breakfast by 06:30. After another brief, testing will begin around 07:30ish. As the Lieutenant said on the day you arrive, you've either got it or you haven't and it is somewhat of a thing you inherit from your parents! I would say there are few things you can practice for the test. However, I would highly recommend the Nintendo DS brain training and brushing up on your distance/speed/time - make sure you can do them very quickly! I found all the other preparation I did of not much use. Important - it is not a test to see who can finish the quickest, you are allowed to read the instructions twice. Use this to your advantage and also take the given breaks to clear your head. Although each of the individual tests are timed, there is no overall time limit - so don't worry if someone finishes by lunch time and you have still got quite a bit to go. Hope this helps some people a bit more, play the CLAN game on the FAT thread to get a feel for the multi-tasking. All the other games such as space invaders etc are a bit pointless I think in terms of preparing for your FAT's. Good luck.