Afternoon, I just thought I'd do a quick thread with a few tips I gathered from doing last weeks PRMC, I've always gained loads of info from this forum so about time I gave something back. Not sure how long or short this is going to be as just going to write as it comes to me so bare with me! - Don't worry about being nervous - If you're not nervous for your PRMC you're either lying or don't understand the importance of what it is you're about to undertake. It's perfectly natural and I personally was bricking it before every physical evolution so just accept it and give everything your best effort. - Don't stress about gym stats- Obviously these are important to an extent and you want to be scoring as high as you can. Just make sure your form is correct and try and get as close to the max as you can. I personally was dreading the bleep test as didn't do very well on a recent RMAD but ended up getting high 11's so this was ok- I didn't notice the floor being slippy at all. Trust me when I say that these tests are bliss in comparison to what comes on the next day! -Get towards the front on the 3 mile turn around point- They will ask if anyone needs a wee- don't go as you will end up at the back and could get stuck behind if you're a whippet, only have do hold it for another few minutes! Eat!- You get plenty of time between food and anything physical so make sure you cram it in! 5 minutes early to every detail- Speaks for itself really, we never really got any 'extra phys' and had a really good course probably mainly down to everyone following instructions properly so make sure you're early to every evolution! Bring two towels and extra insoles- This so you can swap your wet towel with your dry one in the drying room- you'll be showing plenty of times a day throughout the week so you don't want to be using a wet towel all too often. Also a lot of the boots are missing insoles so maybe bring an extra set. Assault course- Pay extra attention to the demonstrations- I personally messed up the punch through the net multiple times mainly due to being awful at heights but make sure you pay attention to the correct way to cross all the obstacles. You'll do a few of them at a time then finally a full timed run through which is your last chance to earn points. I think I was quite slow due to taking about 3 years to get through the tunnels so if you can practice crawling before you come down! Try not to be at the back- This will highlight you to the PTI's which isn't what you want. Although I believe no one on our course ended up being withdrawn by the PTI'S, still try not to be last as it can get to you mentally. If you are at the back, use this as an opportunity to show determination and unless you are miles behind they will not pull you off! Don't quit- Speaks for itself, look around you, see how everyone else is in the exact same situation and remember why you're there. It will end eventually. (except the endurance course which goes on for ages) 100% effort at all times- Again speaks for itself really. Get speaking with the other guys- If you're only going to take one point from this then it should be this one. We had such a strong course in that no one wanted to be 'that guy' to give up so get around each other and as in the diary, look after each other and you will be looked after yourself. A few of us had a whats app going which really helped to break the ice before we got down there so certainly look into doing this if you can. Pretty much everything that comes to mind, anymore questions then let me know! Thanks!