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    I just want some opinions on an application...

    I failed OASC last year - I was applying for SNCO ATC. I'm about to apply again, but I'm going to apply this time as an officer.

    Do you think that this may be seen as a negative or a positive from the boarding officers perspective?

    I've been working on points that were highlighted in my OASC feedback and I want to go back showing improvement and show my determination and commitment. Having been rejected for SNCO I want to go back as a stronger candidate, aiming higher this time - for officer.

    Or should I stick with my initial choice of SNCO?

    They won't differentiate just apply for what You feel You can do then give 100 percent.

    (Original post by iiDJ)
    Or should I stick with my initial choice of SNCO?
    You will, at some point, be asked why.

    As long as you can justify your decision, you'll be fine.
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