Briefing to RMAS

#1
The figure in the Times articles says 1900 attend the Brief every year. And there are 3 RMAS intakes per year each with about 270 people. Assuming about 30 per intake are foreign that leaves 720 British entrants?

So that means 38% of the people who attend the Briefing go on to pass RCB and enter Sandhurst on one of the intakes?

Is this about right?
 
#2
if you do the math...yes....

...have you got a pointed head?
 
#4
I've heard the pass mark is around the 60% mark.

Have a look at the figures mentioned further down the article. Just over 1000 were tested between 04-05 so with approx 720 Brit Ocdts that percentage looks about right - ish!
 
#6
The RCB Main Board Pass Rate usually hovers around the 60% mark. The 1900 figure is the number who attended RCB Briefing (The 24hr filter for the RCB Main Board) for the year.
 
#8
Not everyone who passes RCB goes on to sandhurst! Some choose not to.
 
#9
if only half get through the breifing is that mostly their choice?, i'm finding it hard to believe that 50% are classified C4. Porro why would you get as far as passing the RCB then choose not to go to sandhurst.
 
#10
Some simply change their minds. The lure of a big salary in the city can be very tempting to some. Basically you dont gain a commission for the money!
 

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