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#1
OK just taken the practice test on how 2 become a royal marine and got 23/30 on the numeracy. Now i know its practice but would this be a good enough score for a proper test?
 

sgtpepperband

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#8
Mikespearce said:
Ask the misses about my hands im sure she will give a good reply. She'll say im a good ****** !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Then you'll have no problems - you'll be perfect for the Royal Marines! :wink:
 

Ninja_Stoker

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#10
Hiya Mike,

If that was a "How to become a Royal Marine" website test,costing money, not on the official RN/RM website & not the official 'Practice Test Booklet' supplied free from your AFCO, then I can't really give a definitive answer.

Best bet, seriously, is get a free practice test book from your AFCO (or additionally borrow a free psychometric testing book from your library) and practice against the clock. Speed is of the essence.

For RM, you need to aim for roughly at least 50% in all sections to be assured of passing.
 

Ninja_Stoker

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#16
Mikespearce said:
Ok i just read your reply to another post about the guy getting 21/30 wrong so is the minimum 10 answers right.
In the English & Maths sections for RM yes, but you need to score higher overall to pass the recruiting test. If you only reach that standard in all 4 sections you will not pass.
 
#17
Yeah thats fine like i said before got nearly 100 percent in other tests it was just my maths that i failed on so im pretty sure il be alright this time. Just out of interest what afco you at?
 
#19
Also when i passed back in 02 i got a list of jobs i think diver and aircrewman were on it do you need a good score for these or are they what most people get?
 

Ninja_Stoker

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#20
Mike,

Not aware it was ever possible to join directly as an aircrewman, so it's quite likely you were offered Naval Airman(Aircraft Handler), Diver & Royal Marine as they require an average Recruiting Test score. As you would imagine the more technical the trade (Phase two) training, the higher the score required.





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