Psycometric failed

#1
Hello I took my psycometric test today to as part of the joining process however I failed narrowly on the Numeracy Section I have been given to options either wait 1 year or further my education & re-sit in 6months from now, I was wondering if a personal tutor would be able to allow me to re take the test in 6 months thanks in advance for any advice given.
 
#2
I don't think so, I asked the same question. It has to be done at an accredited institution - University, College, Night Classes at an Institution. I do think online courses count: Open University, Coursea etc
 
#5
Yeah I just fell short on the Numeracy and was wondering if a personal tutor would be enough proof of me trying to enhance my education further so that I can re-sit in 6months
 
#6
I got in contact with my local ACO and spoke to the RM careers advisor and they told me that a private tutor would suffice as long as I have proof that I have been getting tutored so for anyone who might be in the same situation as me a private tutor will be enough to see u get a re-sit after 6 months.
 
#8
Hello I took my psycometric test today to as part of the joining process however I failed narrowly on the Numeracy Section I have been given to options either wait 1 year or further my education & re-sit in 6months from now, I was wondering if a personal tutor would be able to allow me to re take the test in 6 months thanks in advance for any advice given.
What job were you looking for in the RN? I will say that I thought the RT was significantly more challenging this time around. I took it two years ago as I have previously applied for the RN and got through all of the selection process but had to withdraw my application. Personally, I think that the RT was easier two years ago.
 
#9
Same happened to my son failed on the maths was in his final year at school went down the private tutor route (once a week) , for 6 months and he got a C pass in his Gcse so in his case the tutor helped.
 

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