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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Royal Navy Officer Admiralty Interview Board (AIB): Expert advice on how to pass the Admiralty Interview Board (AIB). Includes insider tips on how to ... Officer Selection Process: 1 (Testing Series).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
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ROYAL NAVY OFFICER: The ULTIMATE guide for anyone who is serious about passing the selection process and Admiralty Interview Board for becoming a Royal Navy Officer. It contains lots of insider tips and advice to assist you during your preparation for the Admiralty Interview Board. Provides advice on how to gain higher scores during the assessments. Created by the UK s leading recruitment experts, this comprehensive guide includes: How to pass the AFCO interview including sample questions and answers, how to prepare for the Admiralty Interview Board, gaining higher scores in order to improve Royal Navy career opportunities, testing tips and advice, preparing for the Planning Exercises and Leadership Assessment, insider tips on the scoring criteria, passing the AIB Interview, includes inside information on the scoring criteria and assessable areas. is the UK s leading careers information website. We go to great lengths to find the right people to create our products. Sometimes, we even put a member of our team through a particular selection process so that we can find out exactly what it takes to pass. Visit for more guides, products and training courses to help you succeed.

Richard McMunn spent 20 years in both the Royal Navy and the Fire Service. He is the UK's leading Armed Forces recruitment expert and is the founder and owner of the careers website.

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  • PDF | 104 pages
  • Richard Mcmunn(Author)
  • How2become; 1 edition (1 Dec. 2010)
  • English
  • 4
  • Business, Finance & Law

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  • By William Hill on 4 December 2014

    It is not fully up to date, and there's a fair amount of either basic or extraneous information, but I rate it highly as it allowed me to focus during my preparation for my AIB. It covers each aspect of the selection process, and allows you to familiarise yourself with each event so you at least have an idea of what to expect. I found it particularly useful for example essay questions planning exercise practice (particularly when used in combination with the orange planning exercise book by the same author).Although I would not recommend basing your preparation solely on the book, I believe it is well worth the small investment for its potential to bolster your performance during selection. My recent application to the RN has been successful, and so I would definitely recommend purchasing and working through this product to anyone also applying.

  • By dan.b on 19 March 2017

    does what it says on the cover!

  • By reuben on 13 August 2017

    Take the AIB, they said. It will be fun, they said.

  • By Mr. P. A. Harsley on 24 January 2013

    To put this review in context, I am an already serving CPO(RN) of 9+years who was going for the AIB whilst in service at the age of 26, I passed. I am not a graduate just out of college or uni so there are aspects of this book that were not of use to me however I will review it as best I can. I am also reviewing this from memory so it may not include every aspect of the book.The book is a good guide for reference to how the AIB is structured and the process and exams you will be put through.Many of the service knowledge questions were outdated and shouldn't be thought of as a sole reference for study but should be used to get an idea of the type of questions you will be asked and to aid starting points for further study (whether in service or not, this exam is surprisingly broad. There were many questions I was not expecting and some I didn't know full stop. Do not think just because you are serving you will fly through this. I promise, you will not!).The 'Discussion/planning exercise' section is pretty much exactly what you will get. It is not something I had ever experienced before and was glad I had had some exposure to it. This is one of the most important aspects of the AIB so don't underestimate the study time for this section. Ask people you know, people who have maybe got preivous planning exercises to pass you copies and get other CW students to practice them with. This is the only way you can improve on this, make sure you think outside the box and try and improve your memory skills by practicing remembering key points to information packed articles etc.There are many points that are not in the book that should be regarding this and I fealt it needs more devlopment in this section.The interview techniques section is not put across in a relevant style and is almost laughable, however the information is correct and should not be scanned over or discarded because of the way it is portayed. Reminds me of an old style instruction book on how to do magic tricks or the sex education leaflets from school days!Make sure this is not your only study guide, read it thouroughly but get other material too. Lots of it. Use the book to create your study structure but make sure you use other sources to actually study. And practice out loud, practically and not just in your head or you will know what to do but will not do it or not be able to do it and you will kick yourself for the whole 12months while waiting for your next chance. Study and practice everything and pass first time. I wish I had time to write more in depth about the other sections but at the moment but I do not.Good luck!

  • By b on 11 July 2011

    This book looks like it covers all you should need to know including the first interview after the medical. Alot more thorough than I first thought this first interview would be.As with the psychometirc tests book in series there are the odd mistakes. In this book the planning exercise answers don't match with the questions. But as you are going for officer you will be able to match the answer to the question rather than relying on the headings.Buy early into your Navy selection so you can prepare as thoroughly as possible!

  • By Tom_H on 21 January 2012

    I purchased this book prior to my selection process and found it extremely useful as a basis for the work I did to prepare.I found that it didn't cover every aspect of the knowledge required, but then I wouldn't have expected it to. Instead it is extremely useful as an example of the things to expect throughout the recruitment process.In particular the areas covering the interview board and the practical leadership tasks were very helpful.This book allowed me to focus my workload onto that required to pass my AIB - something which I did successfully last year.

  • By JOEWHETTON. on 4 November 2013

    I have recently purchased this book to aid me in my preparation for my Royal Navy AIB in the near future. I found that the book, although wordy in sections, was of great help. It made me aware of potential questions I could be asked in the AIB such as; 'How many men can be carried in an LCVP?'... questions which I would have otherwise not prepared for. I have not yet finished my AIB preparation using this book, but so far it has been of great use.

  • By Nicky Childe on 29 April 2014

    My son found this book to be very helpful in preparing him for the interview stage. Clear and concise without waffling on. Recommend to anyone at this stage.

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