I have noticed a lot of people mentioning that they have been on pre-selection before the ADSC. What is this and does every new joiner have to do it.
fivetodo said:It does what it says on the tin, it gives you as an applicant an idea of what lies in store at ADSC and it gives the recruiter and idea if you are ready to pass ADSC.
However not every office uses them, some use the insight courses to send applicants on for 4 or 5 days, some dont use it at all but it is a useful tool for assessing whether or not an applicant is ready to go to selection
Theralas said:gdm.bizkit, what you mean you found it completely different, just due to the multitude of different things you had to do? a girl who was on my Pre-ADSC said that it was harder than ADSC due to all the phys been bunched together in one go. Would you say this is accurate, or?
SantaSpud said:Not sure if this is the right thread to ask this in, but i dont want to start a whole new post.
Just wondering how long averagely you have to wait between passing the medical ( forms sent by GP) to attending Pre - ADSC / ADSC?
SantaSpud said:Ok thx for that, its just last time my medical took 5 months so i ended up staying in school, just want to get the best picture of when to apply so i know i can definatly join the army but i think i will apply know as soon as my fitness is up to scratch!
Who's fault is that then?britannia said:I just got news i have my pre-selection tomorrow, i was told it was my interview i had. I'm sh!ting myself because theres no way my fitness is up to scratch, I cant even run 1.5miles nevermind in the time limit.