Hi guys, thanks for those willing to help. I know it's wrong to give away details, but for the screen tests, how are the questions formatted? Current Affairs - apparently this is a 5 minute test, will this be from the information I have read in papers / online, etc? Service Knowledge - I'm reading Heyman's Army book, it's a bit detailed and can seem a bit difficult to get to grips with, particularly because loads of pages seem to be covered on the chain of command for various sections of the army - it looks very detailed. The individual sections have the main weapons used by that unit though. General Knowledge - Is it in one's interest to go over key historic artists, musicians and their works; a browse of a political map (for cities, etc); a bit about WWII, and other key historic events, etc .. or is there really no point trying to brush up on Gen Knowledge? I have no idea how I would do on this but I'd like to know the areas assessed, but don't tell me I suppose that's part of the assessment. How is this part of the AOSB assessed, obviously there's no pass/fail but does it form a big part of their decision? If you score low is it here that they might put you on PRMAS, etc? Thanks guys.