Armed Forces Selection Tests

Armed Forces Selection Tests

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  • Author: Richard McMunn
  • Publisher: How2become
  • ISBN/EAN: 1907558098 / 9781907558092
  • Format: paperback, 236 pages
  • Dimensions: 245 x 170 mm
  • Country of publication: United Kingdom
  • Publication date: June 2010
Armed Forces Tests: The ULTIMATE guide for anyone who is serious about passing the selection tests for the Army, Royal Air Force or the Royal Navy. Created by the UK's leading recruitment experts, this comprehensive guide contains lots of sample test questions to assist you during your preparation and provides advice on how to gain higher scores during any of the tests.
Includes: the purpose of the tests, how to prepare for the tests to ensure success, gaining higher scores in order to improve career opportunities, sample test questions and answers, tests for Army, RAF and Royal Navy, test questions that are very similar to the actual tests, overcoming test nerves, alternative testing resources.
The author Richard McMunn spent 20 years in both the Royal Navy and the Fire Service. He is the UK's leading Armed Forces recruitment expert.
Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Reviews
Amazing book
My son has applied to join RAF and has been on internet lookin for help with aptitude test very limited , This book is an excellent find has all the different ellements of the test he'l be required to sit would encourage anyone joining any of our great forces buy this book give urself a great advantage of doing better in tests and theres section on how to improve on interview too ,
Pros: Everything you need in one book
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Geop22 in Glasgow

Fabulous!
Great book. Glad I found it. Never seen a book like this before. It has prepared me ready for my test to see if I'm good enough to join the forces.
Pros: Prepared me for test
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Mary in Doncaster