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Royal Navy Psychometric Test - Revision & Practice

Discussion in 'Stickies/Frequently Asked Questions' started by Ninja_Stoker, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. BillyTheKid

    BillyTheKid Well-Known Member

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    Are calculators provided/allowed?
     
  2. pacessdo

    pacessdo Well-Known Member

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    Not allowed. All you get is an empty sheet of paper
     
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  3. Don't kill sean bean

    Don't kill sean bean Active Member

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    I have my tests on Thursday and am applying for officer, are the minimum requirements for mechanical comprehension 50% for officer then but the others 75%
     
  4. stringer98

    stringer98 Guest

    think its like 75% in each section
     
  5. Surfbum

    Surfbum Well-Known Member

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    Evening all,

    I felt it was my duty to pass on my experience from the test. Although it's a small step in the mountain ahead, it will stop you in your tracks of you fail.

    I passed mine today after 4 weeks of hard graft research and revision and if I had to give you one bit of advice it'll be, purchase the book which ninja recommended above. It gives you 4 mock tests which get progressively harder from 1-4. It also supplies you with how to work out each question and explained answers. I paired this up with other resources online to really help and I managed 87% in total so it really pays off.

    One of the lads I was talking to used the navy online test as revision and found it harder. He still passed so its certainly helpful but stay safe and aim for 100%.

    Be presentable, turn up on time and do as your told.

    Good luck
     
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  6. shakebody

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    Please anyone got past questions for the psychometric test? Please can you put it here pdf please..


    Mod edit. Thread merge. Post #1 refers.
     
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  7. RCTJ0012

    RCTJ0012 Well-Known Member

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    Having done the psychometric test a couple weeks ago I can safely say if you just do the tests on the Royal Navy website, the actual test is exactly the same format with similar questions.

    I was thinking about purchasing test booklets but decided against it, as long as you practice the tests on the Royal Navy website and have a basic understanding of Maths and English you'll be fine.
     
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  8. shakebody

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    Thank
    Thanks....
     
  9. Surfbum

    Surfbum Well-Known Member

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    I'll have to disagree here (sorry). The royal navy website does give you a very close comparison but I thoroughly recommend the books mentioned by ninja. I found the test much easier after using the book and other resources online. Stay safe and go for 100%
     
  10. RCTJ0012

    RCTJ0012 Well-Known Member

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    I guess it depends on the person really, if someone feels the need to purchase extra study material there's no problem with that. There were a few guys that showed up to the test and they were on their second go, they ended up failing... If only they knew about the extra books ay!
     
  11. Chelonian

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    Whatever resources one uses adequate research and preparation is always a wise plan for any element of a selection process, be it for a military or civilian job.

    It's been noted on this forum before that university graduates have sometimes performed badly on the OR psychometric test, possibly because they underestimated it.
     
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  12. Maverick200597

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    Is there a specific dress code for the psychometric tests?
     
  13. Surfbum

    Surfbum Well-Known Member

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    Smart casual mate.
     
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  14. MORP

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    Its the first impression your afco will get of you - so put your suit and try and look as smart as possible, remember to have a shave beforehand as well
     
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  15. ALDL9RM

    ALDL9RM Well-Known Member

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    Got my test booked for tomorrow morning, any last tips or things to look out for would be appreciated, cheers guys.
     
  16. Ninja_Stoker

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    As long as you have successfully completed all four sections of the practice Naval Service Recruit Test (NSRT) on the RN website, scoring over 50% correct in each section within the allotted time scale you'll know exactly what to expect.

    Best of luck.
     
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  17. ALDL9RM

    ALDL9RM Well-Known Member

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    thanks a lot Ninja, I've managed so far so hopefully my *text deleted* doesnt fall out in the morning!
     
  18. Ninja_Stoker

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    An anomaly.
    On the RN website, the practice Naval Service Recruit Test resembles the real test, but has been shortened to 8 questions....but the original test has 30 questions per section, so the more accurate test can still be found on this link: https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers/royal-marines-recruitment-test/reasoning

    The shortened, newer and less representative version is on this link: https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/careers/joining/get-ready-to-join/practise-for-rt-test/reasoning

    But you can still access the full test, as indicated below:

    Screenshot_20200106_185912.jpg


    Easy missed. (I did too)
     
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  19. A350-800

    A350-800 Valuable Contributor

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    Thanks for this. I have tried all the ones on the naval website, I feel I need more practice with mechanical comprehension because my Afco didn't give me a practice booklet, I might get that book for more practice