Hello everyone, just seeking a bit of advice (dangerous I know) off you guys. I am just wondering if i should change recruiters, because right now I feel like he is letting me down. Now I am in no means a perfect recruit, well the only thing letting me down is my fitness. I have been on the Pre-ADSC course 4 times, yes 4! While that in its self is bad, I have improved consistently. Yet, I feel my recruiter is not putting the effort in for me. After my first time he waited 2 months to contact me, because I had not been in touch and put me on another course. Ever since then, I have had to ring up every time after my Pre-ADSC and get myself booked on another course. However the times I have been trying to get booked on these courses my recruiter has not been in the AFCO except once. (Mainly due to leave). Is this usual practice, are recruits supposed to ring up to be booked on every course The last time I did Pre-ADSC I passed everything (Press-ups, sit-ups, icebreakers, group tasks etc.) and got a run time of 12.11, my recruiter told me to get under 12. Yet the person running the Pre-ADSC course passed me. When my recruiter come down to see how I did, he refused to see the report by the Pre-ADSC people. Asked me what my run time one was, told him I passed the course got 12.11, he told me not good enough knock 11 seconds off, see you in two weeks and then walked off. However every single other recruit who came back got a good feedback talk with the recruiter. Some of them, their recruiters were saying they were good enough for selection, even though they got worse times than me and are looking at more physically demanding jobs. Now I have rang up today and my recruiter was not in (again). Yet I asked the bloke on the desk when the next Pre-ADSC was and he said it was fully booked and I was not on it. Now, the Pre-ADSC course is earlier than usual (which is why I did not book myself a place). I feel really let down by my recruiter who i assumed would of booked me on the next course as my run time was so close. As a quick point no other person I have met in the AFCO or the Pre-ADSC courses have the same recruiter as me. If you managed to read through that, thank you, I understand that the Army is not easy and that a lot of it is on your own back. But I feel like im pushing a boulder up-hill on my own. If you think im just a whining and to get a grip, then tell me so. I am not bothered that I have to go Pre-ADSC again to get below 12 mins, its irritating but yes, I do not mind as I have to get 10.30 eventually anyway. What I am angry is the lack of help/work by my recruiter.