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Objective and Succinct Advice

During the five years that I have served as an Officer in the Army I have worked in Army Recruiting and Training establishments together with deploying on operations in Afghanistan. I will provide you with straight forward, no-nonsense advice based on my personal experience and observations to help you pass AOSB.

My first-hand experience in assessing, interviewing and selecting potential Army Officer Candidates has given me a sound understanding of what the Army are looking for in its Officers. This site will pass this knowledge on to you.

How to use this site

This guide will not transform you into someone you are not. Nor will it provide any shortcuts, tricks or cheats to get you through the selection process. It will however give you an insight into what the Assessing Officers are looking for and arm you with the fundamental knowledge you need to prepare and give you the best possible chance for succeeding in your ambition to pass the Army Officer Selection Board.

This site will:

Having seen countless Potential Army Officer turn up without a clue as to what the Army are looking, for the purpose of this site is simple - to prepare you for the journey ahead. The information provided is based on my personal opinions and therefore may not necessarily match the advice you will receive from other sources. How you use this information is up to you.

Your Feedback is Appreciated

Once you have completed the process yourself and succeeded in gaining a place at Sandhurst, please Contact us with any feedback to help enhance this site and let us know if there is any more information you think would be useful to add. Alternatively you can post your comments or questions on the Forum.

Pass the British Army Officer Selection Board

Your guide to passing the Army Officer Selection Board (AOSB) and earning a place at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS).

Here you will find all of the information you need discover on your best route to a career as a British Army Officer, Regular or Territorial, and guide you through the selection process. You have most likely found this website if you are considering a career as an Army Officer, or you are shortly about to embark on the selection process. If you are in the process of preparing for your Initial Interview or AOSB (formerly known as the Regular Commissions Board).

This site will also be very useful for potential Royal Navy (RN) and Royal Air Force (RAF) Officers preparing for Admiralty Interview Board and Officer and Aircrew Selection Centre.

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