Medical test

Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by nicktotty, Aug 18, 2011.

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  1. nicktotty

    nicktotty New member

    In the medical test you have to do before you are able to join the RN, what do they test? If you could list it for me that would be great. Thanks
     
  2. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    Try using the search button, its been covered loads of times
     
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  3. CoolBreeze

    CoolBreeze Midshipman

    I found the cranial air content test particularly enlightening. I fear your score may be too high.
     
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  4. howfen_lad

    howfen_lad War Hero

    They look at your willy and see if it is small enough to be pointed and laughed at, i passed that section with immense ease.
     
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  5. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    The main worry is the invasive rectal drugs tests.
     
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  6. howfen_lad

    howfen_lad War Hero

    :laughing2::laughing2::laughing2:
     
  7. CoolBreeze

    CoolBreeze Midshipman

    They skipped that with me on the basis that I tend to talk total s*** so they just allowed me to take the test orally
     
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  8. WreckerL

    WreckerL War Hero

    They normally test all the electrical equipment before they plug you in, elfin safety dontcha know.
     
  9. angrydoc

    angrydoc Guest

    If we told you what we did what would happen to the element of surprise?

    There is nothing you can do to prepare for the medical - your body will either pass or fail. Find something else to worry about. Global warming is a bitch.
     
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  10. EarlyChop

    EarlyChop New member

    I think is depends on your particular doctors fetish's, I remember mine fondly. Scooby-doo costumes and a roll of cling film.

    ahh.
     
  11. supermario

    supermario New member

    Simple answer it's a full medical, so they check everything. if in doubt ask your careers advisor, who is the font of all knowledge (well to do with recruiting)

    SM
     

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