SIROEW said:I've already completed the application process, but I was just wondering if anyone knows if January fifteenth is the deadline to get your application into the CFRCs or is it the deadline to get the entire process completed, as in the CFAT, interview, and medical.
Alex.Landry said:Go on Forces.ca and MEMORIZE your trade choice sheets.
I promise that will come in handy.
Jon_John said:Can someone please advise on the deadline for RMC applications for the 2013-2014 school year? I've searched the net and found some conflicting info, 15 Jan 13 is what I've found?
Additionally, is this the deadline for applications to make it to RMC or the deadline for them to be submitted to CFRC?
Noctis said:Quoted for truth.
My interviewer was extremely impressed by my knowledge about the role of an officer in general as well as my knowledge of my choice of trades. He actually told me to stop at one point, as I obviously knew what I was going into and he needed no more proof of this.
One more thing: don't stress too much about the interview. The interviewer, from my experience and the experiences of others, is trained to make you feel very comfortable around him. Be very honest. Dress well. Be professionnal in attitude and spirit.
You'll do good, don't worry
Willing To Learn said:I spent some time reading the first page of the forum and would like to know from NCO what makes a good officer? I have talk to a Major who went to RMC (He went when they first let girls in too) and a Captain mainly they both said grades.
Willing To Learn said:I've just looked at the RMC page It sounds like people who go there are very full of themselves.
ballz said:I hope you mean they thought that grades is the most important thing for making you a good applicant, not a good officer.
Well, you're a fast learner I'll give ya that much.
Cui said:As for people being full of themselves, you will see that no matter what you do in life. Don't let them get to you, and just focus on yourself, be humble, and be eager to listen to others who has been there and done that. Before I was a pretty cocky person as well, but then a chain of events in the last year or so had brought me down a notch or two. I feel that I'm a much better person because of it, so be humble, listen more, and talk less. You will see the world totally different if you do.
jeffb said:Consider joining your local reserve unit for a few years especially if you are considering civilian university. The experience you get as a NCM will be invaluable to you if you choose to join as an officer later on.
Why not paint everyone with the same brush? Great approach to take with people.Willing To Learn said:I've just looked at the RMC page It sounds like people who go there are very full of themselves.
I don't really understand what you mean but if your saying that I have already made up an idea of people who go to RMC and think that they are all stuck up. Your wrong I had the illusion that I wound not find that at RMC. I also talk to my dad he explained they spend 4 years as recruits lower then privates. Although they are not in the field all the time but they are staying up till 1 am studying and working hard so it help me understand why they act the way they do. They are indoctrinated to do so just like RCMP or cops. I do not take that approach on life and sure as hell would never do that in the army it would make life and my job impossible. I will give them all the benefit of the doubt like I try to do with everyone.jwtg said:Why not paint everyone with the same brush? Great approach to take with people.
See how far it gets you.
Willing To Learn said:. . . . . but they are staying up till 1 am studying and working hard . . . . .
jwtg said:Why not paint everyone with the same brush? Great approach to take with people.
See how far it gets you.
Willing to learn? This:Willing To Learn said:I don't really understand what you mean ...
This applies to reading rather than writing too.Cui said:be humble, listen more, and talk less.