The Royal Navy psychometric test is the first and perhaps the most important part of the Navy's recruitment process, which also includes a fitness test, medical testing, and an interview.
Your test performance would have a great impact on the types of jobs you would be offered; the higher your scores, the better your chances of getting the job you want, or having a large variety of options to choose from. For this reason, we have gathered important information about the test together with solutions for increasing your performance.
Insider Information from One of Our Customers
'Revise questions similar to those given in the brochure provided by the RN and don't stress about the exam if you've put the effort in you will perform well. The most difficult part of the RT test was the mechanical section.'
The Royal Navy psychometric test consists of four different sub-tests containing a total of 120 multiple choice questions:
The test is designed to assess a wide variety of skills and fields of knowledge which help the army's recruiters to spot the right candidates for the right jobs.
If you have passed the RT test and you are applying to the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Royal Naval Reserve, Royal Marines Reserve or the Royal Fleet Auxiliary, you will be invited to take part in the AIB, the Admiralty Interview Board. This is a three-day event held on-site at one of the Naval bases and in it, you will go through many activities, tests and challenges. Find out more on our dedicated AIB page here.
JobTestPrep's experience in developing practice tools for psychometric tests has led to the creation of the Royal Navy practice pack. Our pack includes two full-length practice RT tests, with which you get: