Category Archives: Armed Forces

Royal Navy Interview 2018 – Sample Interview Questions and Answers

The application for the Royal Navy in 2018 and 2019 is as follows: 1. Initial Interview. 2. Royal Navy Recruiting Test (RT), which consists of a Reasoning Test, Verbal Ability Test, Numerical Reasoning Test, and Mechanical Comprehension Test. 3. Royal Navy Selection Interview. 4. Royal Navy Medical and Eye Test. 5. Royal Navy Fitness Test. […]

Women in SAS – Women Now Allowed to Join Special Forces

For the first time, women will be able to apply for roles in any of Britain’s armed forces – including the SAS. In 2016, female combatants were first allowed to serve in close combat units in the British Army. So, this new changes is another progressive step towards equal opportunity, regardless of gender. Women are […]

Royal Navy Psychometric Test: Mechanical Comprehension

As part of your Royal Navy Recruiting Test, you will be required to take a Mechanical Comprehension test; one of four sub-sections of your assessment and the Royal Navy psychometric test. The Mechanical Comprehension part of your Royal Navy Recruiting test is to assess your mechanical and technical understanding. These types of questions often relate […]

British Army Recruitment Process – Detailed Step-by-Step Guide

The British Army recruitment process is a challenging and competitive one, no matter which career within the Army you wish to go for. To be successful, you will need to pass a number of stages, ranging from tests and assessments to an interview with an Army Development and Selection Officer. Let’s now go through the […]

RAF Women: Combat Roles Now Open!

Fantastic news today, as it has emerged that the Royal Air Force (RAF) have opened up combat roles for women. Not only that, but soon the change will be extended to all further branches of the military! As from today, Friday 1st September 2017, the ground force of the RAF will become Britain’s first military […]

Made in the Navy: What Navy Career is Right for You 2017

What Navy Career is Right For You? – Introduction The Royal Navy has a vast array of career opportunities, each of which will suit individuals in different ways. A career in the navy isn’t for everyone, and not every role will be for you, but there are so many to choose from that you’re likely […]

Royal Navy Officer Training: BRNC Structure of Command

In order to become a Royal Navy Officer, you’ll need to pass through the Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC). This is a deliberately demanding and difficult process, which will test you to your very limits. However, once you have successfully graduated from the college, you will truly be able to say that you are capable […]

Is It Too Easy To Join The Armed Forces?

The Armed Forces of the UK have been under some criticism lately, for the perceived ease of their recruitment tests. Many people see the Armed Forces as far too easy to get into, and have claimed that this damages the efficiency and integrity of the organisation as a whole. In this blog, we’ll investigate whether […]

RAF Initial Officer Training: Cranwell 2016

In order to become an RAF Officer, you must first go through a period of Initial Officer Training (IOT). The training is conducted at the RAF Cranwell College, and is an essential exercise for anyone who wants to be an Officer in the Royal Air Force. Fundamentally, the course will teach you how to be […]

Army Officer Fitness Test 2016: Top Tips

Army Officers are amongst the most integral and well trained professionals within the national service. Officers command teams of up to 30 soldiers, and therefore it’s essential that you have a number of qualities. These qualities include: great leadership skills, discipline and fitness. In this blog, we’ll be concentrating on the latter, and the army […]