Selection interview help?

#1
Am 15, and have my selection interview on the 15th of april.. I have applied for sea spec! I've done some preparation such as general knowladge on basic training phase one&two (location/duration) I have also covered pay,contract,prnc! I have also learnt about my job as a sea spec in more detail.. I've learnt a few of the different types of ships (destroyers,frigates,future ships) and have gone over operation herrick! Any other stuff I should catch up on or any tips/advice.. Thanks
 

LaurenMc

Lantern Swinger
#3
Make use of the search function
As far as I know you where once a "newbie" so stop with the non helpful answers.

Just revise what you can on your branch and the ships that the are out now, what are they doing, how long are they being deployed for, what's the navy's drug policy, how do you feel going Into a hostile situation if you have too, what's your contract and pay when joining the navy. Just revise everything and be prepared.
 

FireMonkey

Lantern Swinger
#5
As far as I know you where once a "newbie" so stop with the non helpful answers.
Directing the young un to the search is the best thing for him. Ninja took his (yes he is a real person apparently) time to write out a comprehensive guide to the selection interview that can be found via a simple google/site search. Spoon feeding is not good for anyone.
 
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LaurenMc

Lantern Swinger
#6
This person obviously has an inability to use the search engine, so I thought I'd help, must just be me being a soft touch haha
 
#7
As well as an inability to write using established grammatical techniques such as spaces between words, proper punctuation and spelling. Maybe that is why the search function failed for him?
 

FireMonkey

Lantern Swinger
#8
infact I just realised there is no need to use the search as all the important info is in the FAQ's in the sticky section above.
 
#9
infact I just realised there is no need to use the search as all the important info is in the FAQ's in the sticky section above.
So by using "extensive experience", "Captain integrity" and yourself, actually gave a fellow "hopeful joiner" a bum steer? :laughing5:

Good effort. ;-)
 

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