Right, I've made this topic in the hope I'll get a bit of into on it, and also that it might be added to the list of other info that's just been stickied in the newbies forum, because I can't find anything specific to officer applications! So, for the interview I've got a good general idea of things like, what my job might entail, what my training path would be (although I've heard it's changing soon), what sort of career I should expect, what I understand about the level of service expected of me, reason for joining, plus some other general service titbits. Are there also all the typical questions like strengths, weaknesses, examples of leadership, examples to make me sound more employable, fitness interests, etc? Also how in depth should my service knowledge be? I'm currently learning everything off the Navy website, but it's a bit over whelming. Should I just stick to things associated with the branch I'm going for? And what about general knowledge of current affairs? Is this more AIB level stuff? I'm sure there's no harm in knowing as much as possible at all times, but what information is most vital to just the sift interview? Thanks!