What to study to become AET

P-38

Midshipman
#1
I'm going to apply for AET but now I'm a bit scared after my reading of many people failing the RT test. I have two questions 1. With in-depth detail what should I study for the RT test? 2. What happens and what should I do if my test score is to low?
 
#3
I just took my RT test on Wednesday, the majority of it was easy peasy. In my opinion, the only part of the test which could be carefully studied/revised for was the numeracy section. Most of that part is multiplication/division of numbers with two+ digits, there were a few concerning fractions as well. But by all means go over online sample tests - I found the sites listed on a sticky in the Newbies section very useful. Before I took the test one of the blokes at the AFCO told me that if I didn't get a high enough mark for my chosen branch then I would be told afterwards what jobs I did score high enough for, fortunately for me I scored high enough so that wasn't a problem.

Good luck on your RT when you take it!

James.
 
#5
P-38 said:
I'm going to apply for AET but now I'm a bit scared after my reading of many people failing the RT test. I have two questions 1. With in-depth detail what should I study for the RT test? 2. What happens and what should I do if my test score is to low?
NUTS, ZOO, FHM, LOADED and the sun!! you will spend the majority of you time reading them when you qualify.
 
#6
You will need an xbox 360, clicky bed, sun tan lotion, weights and weight bar, training mat, and if you are unlucky some overalls so you can look busy sometimes. ^~
 
#7
YouAreHavingALaugh said:
You will need an xbox 360, clicky bed, sun tan lotion, weights and weight bar, training mat, and if you are unlucky some overalls so you can look busy sometimes. ^~
Oh so true.

Don't forget the aifield allowance when disembarked off those horrid dirty smelly grey things.

Yours truly,

Life long WAFU and proud! :thumright:
 

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