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Discussion in 'Joining Up - Royal Navy Recruiting' started by lloydie, Jun 9, 2010.

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  1. Hey Guys,
    Sat my RT at Plymouth AFCO today, couldn't believe at how hard it was even with all the revision, but still managed to get an "average" score and passed for entry as a Warfare Specialist unfortunately i now have to wait until June next year to carry on with my Selection although the AFCO said there is a chance i might get into Raleigh next year!

    Also thanks to the Psychometric Examples thread was a great help!
  2. well done mate was warfare specialist your first choice?
  3. Yeah warfare specialist first choice, seaman specialist second!
  4. Well done, Lloydie, that's good news!
  5. nice one then mate...what did you find hard in the RT? was it the actual questions or the time restraints?
  6. Yeah definatly the time restraints when your really thinking about things time flies and then you still have questions to answer but only like 30 seconds left, really makes you think that you've failed but you just have to think positively!
  7. yeh seems to be the general thing with everyone...thanks for info buddy...good luck with the rest
  8. cheers mate, im so looking forward to doing the rest and getting in!
  9. Well done! :) Why do you have to wait to next year to do you PJFT, medical and interview?
  10. they said something about there being loads of applicants but theres no demand for WS atm so they said they will pause the process but he said they should be taking WS on next june who were tested this june.
  11. If I recall correctly, the interview result only lasts 6 months, the PJFT 12 and I'm not sure about the medical.

    I'm guessing it doesn't make economic sense to PJFT applicants who are more than 12 months away from an earliest joining date. Any decent applicant ought to be using their time to get fit anyway with the guidance supplied by the AFCO.
  12. Well done to become a Dabber bet you were a puddle of sweat afterwards :twisted:
  13. The point of it is not only to see if you can get the right answer, but to see how quickly you can arrive at the right answer. You are not supposed to be able to answer every question correctly in the time given.

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