Discussion in 'Joining Up - Royal Navy Recruiting' started by AledJ, Jul 15, 2009.
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How long is the recruitment test valid for?
Does nobody know?
IIRC it's a year. Standby for the gen from Super Mario or Ninja Stoker.
It has to be longer than a year. I sat mine in December 07, haven't had to do another one and I'm off to Raleigh in 6 weeks.
I originaly joined up in 2000 and PVR'ed. Joined back up in 2003 and I didn't have to resit any tests so unless its all changed in the last 6 years...
You must be in within 3 years of sitting the RT.
The recruiting test must have been taken within 3 years of actually starting training.
A fully trained & current re-entrant does not need to re-sit the test if joining the same trade. All others must re-sit if 3 years will have elapsed before entering service.
Haven't got a clue why its validity expires,
Thank you all!
Have had a difficult choice to make! Passed a law module resit that would allow me to go on and train as a solicitor. So after failing to reach the officer score had to decide between the Navy and a career in law. Decided to take my LPC (legal practise course) in the hope i can secure a training contract after it. But with the way things are in general within the job market and more specifically the law side, i'm not hopefully of getting anything. So I my end up joining after all. It was a difficult decision to make as i have wanted to join since I was 16, but decide to study for a-levels and a degree.
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