AAC AAT Tests, Aircrew Medical & 3-5 Flying Grading

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    So I just received a letter from the AAC regarding my aptitude tests (AAT), which if I pass I go onto my Aircrew Medical and then the flying grading course. I have been given the option to do all this before AOSB Briefing or after. I have been advised my mates already in the military both Army and RAF to take a shot at it before the briefing as it would look good entering Sandhurst having passed all these. I would greatly appreciate any help or advice anybody can give me in how best to prepare for the Aircew Aptutide Test and the flying grading.

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    (Original post by iyeezy)
    Hi guys

    So I just received a letter from the AAC regarding my aptitude tests (AAT), which if I pass I go onto my Aircrew Medical and then the flying grading course. I have been given the option to do all this before AOSB Briefing or after. I have been advised my mates already in the military both Army and RAF to take a shot at it before the briefing as it would look good entering Sandhurst having passed all these. I would greatly appreciate any help or advice anybody can give me in how best to prepare for the Aircew Aptutide Test and the flying grading.

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    As far as the aptitude tests go, they're not a million miles away from all the other tests that the other forces put prospective pilots through, so any of the 40,000 threads here will give you decent advice.
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    As far as the aptitude tests go, they're not a million miles away from all the other tests that the other forces put prospective pilots through, so any of the 40,000 threads here will give you decent advice.
    ^ Yep, the plethora of threads on aircrew aptitude testing will serve you well. The good news is the AAC pass score is a little lower than the other two services (although not as much as it used to be).

    As for grading prep: difficult to offer specific advice. If you know the basics of how an aeroplane works before you go it will help. Other than that, approach it with an open mind and be willing to absorb what you are taught like a sponge. Enjoy it too.
 
 
 
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