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    Hi everyone,
    I'm in the middle of applying to be a pilot in the Royal Navy. I've passed my psychometric, medical and interview and I have my FATs and fitness at the beginning of February.
    I'm a little nervous about the FATs, as I haven't studied maths since GCSE. I've been working through a couple of workbooks on Fuel Calculation and Speed, Distance, Time Calculations to bring me up to speed and I was just wondering if anyone had any hints and tips for the rest of the process. (FATs, AIB, etc)
    I'd really appreciate any information if anyone wants to share.
    Thanks x
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    I've got FATs arriving at Cranwell 2nd Feb...is this the same one? Also going for Pilot
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    (Original post by 777edr777)
    I've got FATs arriving at Cranwell 2nd Feb...is this the same one? Also going for Pilot
    Good Luck! No, I'm on the 9th and 10th Feb :P let me know how it goes?
 
 
 
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