I have been through the RN and Army recruitment processes and one aspect of RN recruitment that I believe the Army should adopt is the order in which the intelligence test is taken. In the RN is it right after the application form and if you fail you don't get any further, while with the Army I think that they could save people time and distress if it was the same. Your application can be months old and you could have been and several fam visit before you travel to Westbury and be told that you are not clever enough. Seems that if you took the test very early it would be a more efficient process ie more places at Westbury and fairer on those less intelligent among us. Thoughts?