Hello there, stumbled accross this site whilst at work! First and foremost, let me introduce myself. Iam a recent graduate of a 1st in Sports Development from the University of Portsmouth (Not the most academic of subjects for RMAS I know!). I had been in the cadets for a number of years prior to University and have always wanted to become an officer in the armed forces. I would have applied to RMAS in my final year of University if it wasn't for a recurring shoulder injury, which eventually required an operation. I have my initial interview on the 2nd September and I will be aiming for one of the intakes next year, presumably alongside many others on this forum. I have two questions specifically regarding my actions prior to my initial interview. Firstly, am I expected to be arragning Regimental visits prior to this interview and the AOSB briefing or will this all be explained in due course at the interview? Secondly, Iam under the presumption that the intial interview is somewhat informal, but then we all know what they say about presumption? Am I right to assume the interview will be along the lines of why the army? why the artillery? (my regimental choice) family history etc? Or will it be more current affair/military knowledge orientated? Many thanks.