Not sure what would happen if you failed mate, will just have to take them again. To be fair though mate, I believe that you only have to get 50% in the tests, which shouldn't be too bad. Just go in with a bit of confidence.
The advice I will give is have a go at each question and if if the answer doesnt come to you within a few moment s then move onto the next.You dont get marked down for wrongs answers,so what i did was do the 'easier' questions first then came back to 'harder' ones if I had time.
I did well on these tests, but they certainly wernt easy some of it isnt just common sense though its just using your brain a bit! as i said in a previous post on the topic though the thing which makes these hard is the time allocated for the number of questions in the section, not the questions themselves so you *text deleted* blast through and if you find yourself stopping to work something out for more than a few seconds.. move on if it comes to it guess!!
You may only undertake a second recruiting test in 6 months if you are in full time education, you can prove it by providing a comfirmatory letter off your tutor to that effect & the Area Recruiting Manager grants permission. If you fulfill those criteria & re-sit in 6 months & again fail, you are probably best reconsidering your future.
Otherwise if you fail the Recruiting test, you are allowed a second attempt in 12 months.
i only got 4 gcse and none of them was maths or english.. i got alot of common sense just a bit of a jack the lad in school nd prefered texting my gal then algebra *text deleted* :*text deleted*: but i only did half the maths questions and thoyught id failed but i supposedly done very well so dont worry im sure youll be fine