LewisDixon98
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Hi, Currently I am hoping to join the Royal Air Force as an Avionics Aircraft Technician. Around 6 months ago I sat my first attempt for the AST and I passed my verbal, numerical, spatial reasoning, mechanical comprehension and memory test but unfortunatley I failed my electrical comprehension narrowly. I Just started this discussion to ask if anyone knows of a good electrical comprehension revision source or what way of revising is best?! As I am determined to pass my next AST which is next month! Thanks!
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I got full marks across the mechanical/electrical comprehension part, and I found that I only knew this stuff from doing GCSE physics, so maybe look into some GCSE physics questions on electrical comprehension? The circuits, anodes, all that stuff? It might not help but doing gcses is the only time I've ever learn electrical comprehension and I passed well so I imagine it helped somewhat?
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