Hi all - first post on these forums, After passing the selection test I was invited for the interview on 18th April. Before we started, the CPO said he'd been looking at my application and asked if I still wanted to join as a Warfare Specialist. He explained that I'd scored very high in the aptitude tests and probably wouldn't find that particular career very challenging - one of the main reasons I want to join the RN. Up until then I was under the impression that life as a WS was very mentally challenging - fast paced work in a high-pressure environment - it seems I was wrong. After a long (and extremely useful) conversation where I had a lot more explained to me than I'd read in Navy careers literature, we both agreed that I'd be better suited to a career as a CIS Specialist. The interview was rescheduled for Tuesday 24th to give me time to re-prepare. Now I'm having second thoughts. After reading more about the job, I can't see how it's any more demanding than WS, or is it? The CPO reassured me that I'd slot in well as a CIS Specialist. Can anyone briefly summarise the differences? Anyone currently/previously served in either of these two roles? Also, does anyone know how each role in the Warfare branch is "graded" (ie. which requires the least and the most at the selection test)?