They literally read off a list of "yes/no" questions like "have you ever had this..." … "when was the last time you had this..."Hi, got a call today to schedule my F2F interview day. I was told that tomorrow I'll be getting a clinical triage call that'll last around 30 minutes. Just wanting a little more information on what will be discussed in the call other than past medical conditions and dates of appointments. Also will it be a big problem if I cannot remember/have the dates for a lot of my appointments as most will have been quite a while ago?
They literally read off a list of "yes/no" questions like "have you ever had this..." … "when was the last time you had this..."
If you can't remember dates it doesn't matter, its just so they have a general idea of what to expect for when you go into selection and do a proper medical there
Hope it went well for you mate... How did you find the new fitness tests? That mid thigh pull sounds.... peculiar.Anyone at Pirbright next Tuesday for selection 2nd/3rd April?
And you received this list after assessment centre?I received a list with all my available job choices on, but I was in a weird position where I didn't know what was available to me until the final interview due to colourblindness, and none of the other army/recruitment staff could help up until that point.
I'd hazard a guess and say everyone receives it as it has some other information on like how regular intakes are for those people who's job decision might change depending on how long they'd have to wait.
Once my medical documents arrived with the MO at the NRC I got the all-clear within 2 weeks and received my ADSC date a couple days later.Wonder if you could advise as i am getting mixed messages from recruitment team. after chasing my drs constnatly for 3 weeks they sent the medical forms by recorded delivery back to army on Monday. I messaged my recruitment contact to let her know but i got her out of office so forwarded to my other contact at Capita. They have come back separately one saying it will take about a week from receipt to process and i will hear within a week. MY normal contact who is back from holiday today said it will take 4-6 weeks to process. Anyone know which is more realistic as frustrating stuck at this stage as i would like my assessment date but now likely to be post my GCSE's? Thanks
Hi Pittie, thanks alot for your reply, this is really helpful. We might imply our character has printed the online correspondence - were you sent online correspondence or other info when you had accepted the invitation to attend the assessment? ThanksMight not be the case for everyone, but I never received any letters, it's all done via a phonecall and then a confirmation yes/no on the website for your attendance.
Obviously the more prepared you are the better mate.. look at the standards you need to get for your job choice and test that you can achieve it comfortably.Anyone tried the new British Army fittness? Im due for my Army Selection on 16th May and wanted to know if any preparing for Assessment Centre too.
From my experience I believe they check your med records before hand to check for any obvious restrictments.I was told yesterday army received my medical forms last week and that it would take a couple of weeks to process. Today I’ve been invited to a pre assessment centre day at the careers office where they will go through the fitness tests, go through some of then equipment the army use, discussion about the regiment I want to join. Does that mean my medical info is all good or could they do this then still say an issue with medical. I’m hoping this means all initially ok.
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