Good Evening Arrse, Some of you may remember I achieved a cat 1 and then went straight on to main-board and due to my "dogmatic" attitude I unfortunately did not pass. 18 months have passed, Im closer to 23 now, alot more mature with far more experience along with bags of fitness. The Dogma that I was criticised for is well and truly gone, I know im not gods gift to AOSB and plan to show im just an young lad still packed with all that enthusiasm the army love. In my head I've checked all the boxes that main board want, Physically robust, Confident, I have general knowledge coming out of my ears (if I see The Times one more time I may crack), my plan ex at main board was "sound but somewhat risky" so ive worked on that to the best of my capabilities, I can do no more. However to my embarrassment I recall being asked to do a specific knot at main-board on the final race, which I did and still have completely blanked. I know this might seem a bit pedantic but does anyone know what the knots they may ask you to complete are (No doubt I can use a bit of common sense and type "How to" into Google once i know). I know the selection board wont fail me as "the candidate was unable to complete a knot" but getting to RMAS is a passion ive had from an early age and as this is my last opportunity I want to leave nothing to chance. Your insight on this matter and any further advice would be greatly appreciated! Regards!