Hey guys, I am attending a TA Officer Selection Weekend this October, down at Redforf Cavalry Barracks in Edinburgh, and I have a few questions. Firstly, I am aware that there is a Fitness Assesment during the weekend, the information letter I received said that it will be used to determine the starting point for subsequent training. I am wondering what standard of fitness I should generally have for this weekend? I don't consider myself to be fit right now, but for the last 3 weeks I have been sticking to a diet and exercise regime, and I plan to do so for the 37 days until the Selection Weekend. Can I be outright refused on the grounds of my fitness, is there a set standard or potential they need to see? I am very committed to improving my fitness. Secondly, I was wondering what happens if I am succesful at the weekend? There was a 2-week recruit course scheduled in october that succesful applicants were to attend (I have arranged to have this deferred for me to a later date due to conflict with university). Since I won't attend the October Recruit Course, do I start training at my local Independent Unit while waiting for the next scheduled Recruit Course? Finally, I am currently in the ATC, at the rank of cadet Sergeant, and I am a Staff Cadet. Will there be any point during the selection weekend that I would be able to highlight this, i.e with a personal interview etc, and would this increase my chances at selection? Thanks in advance!