People, This question is asked continuously on this forum so I thought I'd help by starting a dedicated topic... I passed AOSB last summer so whilst things are still reasonably fresh in my head Iâll throw a few pointers out there. Before brief and especially before main board: 1. Get out running 2. Do press-ups and sit-ups until you can bang out 60+ in 2mins (as most people probably do that at mb due to the DS discounting some, or most in my case, for 'poor technique'. 3. Set your internet homepage as BBC news and keep a brief eye on it for any juicy stories, not just military based. 4. Watch the news as you get ready for work/uni/school/pub 5. Buy a few copies of 'The week' and read them on the train to Westbury so itâs all fresh in your mind. 6. Have a look over a few planning ex's 7. Bloody well enjoy the experience, BE YOURSELF, do everything with a smile and be on time to your interviews!! Don't kick the arse out of it as truth is, no one can be prepared for mb. They aren't looking for right answers (funnily enough). They are looking for potential.....the finished product on passing out of Sandhurst. Oh and the best advice is don't read arrse forums.....all they do is frighten you, itâs not that bad!!! Good luck and drink lots and lots of wine on dinner night then show the DS how good your balance is on the closing race!