RAF Cranwell Aptitude Tests for AAC.....

Discussion in 'Aviation' started by Mac_25, Mar 31, 2010.

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  1. Hi, guys, i am preparing to go down to RAF Cranwell soon for the Aircrew Aptitude and Medical tests for pilot selection in the AAC. I wandered if anyone could give me information on how you prepared for the testing and what types of scores you got on the tests. Also if there is anything that i MUST know for the tests?
    Help much appreciated.....
    Cheers guys.
  2. I did them twice a few years ago (first time passed everything but pilot, second time passed everything).

    I'm off to bed now, but will reply with some detail tomorrow - will pm you.
  3. Nice one cheers mate - Speak tomorrow.
  4. The difference between sky and ground would be a good place to start.

    Despite apparently having no idea what's happened on planet Earth since last year, you now aim to become a pilot. I'm frightened.
  5. Left and Right is quite important, as is Up and Down....

    Speed/Time/Distance computations may or may not be relevant too...
  6. Is a nervous tic still a prerequisite?
  7. And a fine moustache!
  8. There might be something in here to help.....

    OASC tips from pprune

    ...certainly beats the badly Xeroxed piece of A4 that the Careers Office handed out when I first visited.