recruitment test for chef

#1
I am looking to join the navy as a chef but would like to no whats the best area for me to brush up on in order for me to pass the recruitment test and get the job i want to do... i dont really want to have to wait 12 months in order to retake it.........
 

exJenny

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#6
The youth of the day probably expect there to be an app for that.


Boards and Chinagraphs are still used.


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dixie_gooner

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#7
We have boards with digital clocks built in. Chinagraph is still used on the board and the BA controller still requires a timepiece as the one built in to the board can not be relied on
 

slim

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#8
I don't know how old you are, but if you do not have a GCSE at grade 3 or better I would enroll for both Maths & English at your local college. Preferably before sitting the RN examination.
 

exJenny

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#10
Practise the tests and you'll be ok. I knew it was my weak area, concentrated on it and I didn't do too bad in the end.


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#13
I've been hitting up the library looking at the GCSE standard mechanical books as advised by the C/Sgt at the AFCO. Fingers crossed for tomorrow (even though my maths is quite frankly piss poor. "If 4 is a and 7 is b what is the square root of a turnip?" As far as I'm concered, when you start using letters not numbers that makes it English not Maths!)
 
#15
I've been hitting up the library looking at the GCSE standard mechanical books as advised by the C/Sgt at the AFCO. Fingers crossed for tomorrow (even though my maths is quite frankly piss poor. "If 4 is a and 7 is b what is the square root of a turnip?" As far as I'm concered, when you start using letters not numbers that makes it English not Maths!)
did you find any books?
 
#16
Ha sorry went on a rant there due to sleepless nights revising!

Get to your local library mate everything you need is there. I've been living there and the gym the past few weeks
 
#18
and for the comprehension exercises/ revision look under the GCSE section. Some pretty good exercises to help you (helped me definitely)
 

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