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PRMC 19th March 2019

Discussion in 'PRMC Dates - Discuss with others on your PRMC' started by RCTJ0012, Feb 25, 2019.

  1. RCTJ0012

    RCTJ0012 Member

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    Hey guys/girls, this is my PRMC date and literally 1 or 2 days prior I will be doing the PJFT (100% passable). Does anyone else on the forum have this date as their PRMC?
     
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  2. BentheHen

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    Hey mate, PRMC 19th March checking in. Was meant to have it in January but caught the flu and had to postbone. You feeling confident for the PJFT?
     
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    Typical getting sick before an important week ay.

    I'm feeling good about the PJFT, I've hit a 09:16 return so I should be able to pass. Just hope the niggle in my left leg disappears...

    How are you feeling about the PRMC, stats etc..?
     
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    Still it was a good excuse to get some more training in.

    I'm feeling pretty confident, I started doing weighted pullups / pushups a while ago and saw my max reps explode. You getting any last minute training in?
     
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    Good point, the more training that can be done the better right.

    Weighted exercises are great, I was doing the same thing but then moved country and had to pack all my kit away, I'm back to just bodyweight stuff now. I've got my PJFT on Saturday so this week will consist of ice baths and leg stretches. I'm about to go for a mock test and gym sesh right now actually.
     
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    If you are injured, you might want to reconsider until you are fully healed.
     
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    It's not so much an injury, more like a little inconvenience. I recently changed running shoes and I think my running imbalance is sorting itself out, I've found extending my stretching time before and after a run along with an ice bath works wonders!
     
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    Fair enough! Keep up the good work!
     
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  9. RCTJ0012

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    Thanks mate, I'll be pushing hard at PJFT and PRMC. I'm an overseas applicant and I've been waiting for next week for months.
     
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    I feel your pain mate, applying from abroad aswell and been waiting for Security Clearance since November.
     
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    I've heard it can take up to 6 months so you will probably get it soon. I haven't heard anything about my security clearance yet... Maybe after PRMC?
     
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    I thought they usually started it after you pass the interview, they haven't requested it for you yet?
     
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    I have no idea mate, I have a feeling it may have been started in the past week but I haven't heard anything about it. I'm just focused on PJFT/PRMC at the moment, I know I'll have a minimum of 1 month to wait prior to starting RT if PRMC is successful so it's cool.
     
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    Yeah good point mate, concentrate on getting through those. Where are you applying from?
     
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    I applied from Malta, I'm about 9 months into the process now, my guess is clearance has started because why else would I be booked on PRMC right?

    Speaking of the PRMC, as it draws closer nerves and excitement are attempting to take over, I feel prepared yet still uncertain of the outcome.
     
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    So PJFT passed, anyone else on here besides BentheHen on this PRMC?
     
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    Good effort mate. Just the PRMC to go now!
     
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