Navy Test Success for Public Services

Twenty three of our Uniformed Public Services students recently had the opportunity to take part in the official Naval Service Recruiting Test (NSRT), which is an important part of joining the Royal Navy. We were delighted that 21 of the 23 students passed! This test is designed to test the students’ skills in reasoning, verbal ability, numeracy and mechanical comprehension. These results then give each student a list of the roles in the Royal Navy they have qualified for. 

Congratulations to the following students who passed this exam:

  • Hugh Barker – 1st year Level 2 student
  • Ryan Edwards – 1st year Level 2 student
  • Calum Hayter – 1st year Level 2 student
  • Leeroy Bunn – 1st yer Level 2 student
  • Jacob Parker-Whalley – 1st year Level 2 student
  • Shannon Palmer – 1st year Level 3 student
  • Harry Wilson – 1st year Level 3 student
  • Jake Goodey – 1st year Level 3 student
  • Russell Dawes – 1st year Level 3 student
  • Josh Redding – 1st year Level 3 student
  • Harry Cripps – 1st year Level 3 student
  • Lauren Dellar – 2nd year Level 3 student
  • George Barron – 2nd year Level 3 student
  • Elliot Langton – 2nd year Level 3 student
  • Ben Barrett – 2nd year Level 3 student
  • Daisy Crawford – 2nd year Level 3 student
  • Brooklyn Hartup – 2nd year Level 3 student
  • Ashleigh Kendell – 2nd year Level 3 student
  • Sam Janku – 2nd year Level 3 student
  • Danni Newell – 3rd year Level 3 student
  • Harrison James – 3rd year Level 3 student

Since the success of these results, both Ben Barrett and Harry Wilson have applied to the Royal Marine Commandos which was their long term ambition from the start of their college course. Ashleigh Kendell intends to train to become a diver in the Navy. Lauren Dellar has no applied for the Logistics Corps. By passing the Naval Service Recruiting Test whilst studying, it allows these students to jump to the next phase of the recruitment process as the test is valid for three years once passed.

Congratulations to all!

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