I'm currently in the process of applying for the UGAS scheme (WE) and I have my in person medical appointment this week. So far everything is going fine. I just have a couple of questions on the interview I will have to undergo at the end of the PRNC. I know it will be with the officer in charge of the UGAS scheme and will last about 40 mins, but can anybody give me any tips on what it will mainly be about? Technical knowledge? Navy knowledge? About myself? Is there a certain kind of person they are looking for on the scheme? Is there anything I can be doing now to revise/prepare for it? And finally, are the chances good of passing if I already passed all the rest of it? I would imagine that they wouldn't allow someone to go all the way to the PRNC just to fail them at the last hurdle, unless they're very unsuitable right? Or do they just get loads of applicants through? And filter out the ones they don't want at the end? I know I can't know for sure if I'll get through, but it would be horrible to get right to the end and fail at the final hurdle, so I at least want to have an idea of the chances. Thanks for you help.