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PSNI Recruitment 1710 Campaign

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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 151 ✭✭ Toots123


    Orbital1 wrote: »
    RedtopXCV wrote: »
    Hi guys, I’m part of the latest campaign and passed the AC and have scored between 59-65. Is there any one else who scored this in the 1710 campaign who can give me a rough idea of where you were placed on the merit list and if you have received a call to start? Many thanks!

    Unfortunately we can't help you. Once you receive your merit bracket come back and maybe we can give you a good indication on a time scale. Grade boundaries are set based on the average scoring of candidates. Your campaign may have a much higher number of 59-69 scores which will make the position of each individuals merit number differ from ours. Sit tight and await your merit number, if you scored below a B you will have alot of waiting to do. Some of us are only getting appointed now, almost two years down the line.

    Wait for your next appointment and focus on each one as a goal. It will make the whole process alot less painful.
    Thats such good advice. I am trying to settle myself and enjoy the process and get myself prepared for each part as it comes up.


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 30 Orbital1


    Toots123 wrote: »
    Thats such good advice. I am trying to settle myself and enjoy the process and get myself prepared for each part as it comes up.

    Honestly, the best thing to do is just focus on each appointment as it comes, apply yourself fully and don't let the thought of waiting or other things get in your way. Your pca is up to you and you only! Get your head down and train! Crossfit and jogging are great ways to prep. Don't worry your head if it's meant it be it will happen!


  • Registered Users Posts: 11 B00724991 mc


    Passed every stage and awaiting vetting to come through does anyone know if u receive confirmation of vetting via email and average time it generally can take??? Buzzing been waiting 2 years just to reach this stage


  • Registered Users Posts: 4 darren1919


    Courses confirmed right through the year guys. Everyone will get a call all being well. Yyeeaaahhh.


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 30 Orbital1


    Passed every stage and awaiting vetting to come through does anyone know if u receive confirmation of vetting via email and average time it generally can take??? Buzzing been waiting 2 years just to reach this stage

    Vetting is confirmed by email sir!


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  • Registered Users Posts: 91 ✭✭ Starsky1


    Who Is exicted about that last email?


  • Registered Users Posts: 26 L85a3


    Starsky1 wrote: »
    Who Is exicted about that last email?

    Won't be long now :)


  • Registered Users Posts: 91 ✭✭ Starsky1


    L85a3 wrote: »
    Won't be long now :)

    Woop woop


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 151 ✭✭ Toots123


    So pleased for all you guys getting started in the next few months. Hopefully we will be in the same boat in the not too distant future.
    Still patiently waiting our Merit Numbers!!


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 30 Orbital1


    Toots123 wrote: »
    So pleased for all you guys getting started in the next few months. Hopefully we will be in the same boat in the not too distant future.
    Still patiently waiting our Merit Numbers!!



    It'll come toots, Won't be long now!


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  • Registered Users Posts: 8 RedtopXCV


    That’s the 1810 merit list out now. I scored 380-400. Anyone able to give a rough time frame from their experience?


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 229 ✭✭ YNWA27


    RedtopXCV wrote: »
    That’s the 1810 merit list out now. I scored 380-400. Anyone able to give a rough time frame from their experience?

    1710 and 1810 are different and it would be foolish to expect them to marry up exactly.


  • Registered Users Posts: 8 RedtopXCV


    YNWA27 wrote: »
    1710 and 1810 are different and it would be foolish to expect them to marry up exactly.
    I wasn’t asking for a pin point timescale.
    I was enquiring what time scale similar scorers endured in the 1710 recruitment.


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 229 ✭✭ YNWA27


    RedtopXCV wrote: »
    YNWA27 wrote: »
    1710 and 1810 are different and it would be foolish to expect them to marry up exactly.
    I wasn’t asking for a pin point timescale.
    I was enquiring what time scale similar scorers endured in the 1710 recruitment.

    It's all there bud on this thread


  • Registered Users Posts: 51 ✭✭ nickolatte94


    Hey guys, anyone from the June intake struggling with online learning? I’m being told that I haven’t been enrolled in any of the online courses?


  • Registered Users Posts: 43 Slatprh


    Hey guys, anyone from the June intake struggling with online learning? I’m being told that I haven’t been enrolled in any of the online courses?

    Same here


  • Registered Users Posts: 51 ✭✭ nickolatte94


    Slatprh wrote: »
    Same here

    Maybe they haven’t opened the courses yet, I just remember reading that they would be active on our induction day. I’ll leave it until Monday and then try contact them


  • Registered Users Posts: 26 L85a3


    Maybe they haven’t opened the courses yet, I just remember reading that they would be active on our induction day. I’ll leave it until Monday and then try contact them

    What online learning is this? I've done an online learning course already but havnt got an intake date.
    Is this the extra online learning after induction or what?


  • Registered Users Posts: 51 ✭✭ nickolatte94


    L85a3 wrote: »
    What online learning is this? I've done an online learning course already but havnt got an intake date.
    Is this the extra online learning after induction or what?

    Yeah there’s an extra couple of online courses to do between induction day and start date, you wont get access until after you receive an offer


  • Registered Users Posts: 26 L85a3


    Yeah there’s an extra couple of online courses to do between induction day and start date, you wont get access until after you receive an offer

    Ahh that's ok then, started to worry there, thought I'd maybe missed 'the call' and didn't leave a message 😂


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  • Registered Users Posts: 32 Andy smith


    Hi guys. I have a medical upcoming. Was wondering for anyone that has went through it what does the hearing aspect entail or what method is used to assess it? All help greatly appreciated. Thanks


  • Registered Users Posts: 11 B00724991 mc


    U are placed in what is kind of a soundproof box with headphones on u are given a device to click on every time u hear a pulse of noise in your ear each ear is tested separately only tip I have is to close your eyes during it helps your hearing or at least I think it does good luck


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 229 ✭✭ YNWA27


    If in doubt. Click the button


  • Registered Users Posts: 57 ✭✭ Throwaway36


    U are placed in what is kind of a soundproof box with headphones on u are given a device to click on every time u hear a pulse of noise in your ear each ear is tested separately only tip I have is to close your eyes during it helps your hearing or at least I think it does good luck

    Do they just test you with over ear headphones or do they also use one of those inner ear devices which sit on the boney bit at the back of your ear? Can’t think of what it is called... it’s used to measure your inner ear. Most audiologists seem to use both at a hearing test


  • Registered Users Posts: 32 Andy smith


    YNWA27 wrote: »
    If in doubt. Click the button

    Have you done it before?


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 229 ✭✭ YNWA27


    Andy smith wrote: »
    YNWA27 wrote: »
    If in doubt. Click the button

    Have you done it before?

    Same method, armed forces medical


  • Registered Users Posts: 26 L85a3


    YNWA27 wrote: »
    Same method, armed forces medical

    The MO tried to tell me I was deaf, AFCO nurse forgot to plug in the button haha!


  • Registered Users Posts: 36 Cml29


    Almost too scared to ask this but does anyone know if an ACL repair is an automatic fail at medical?

    I know it is for the armed forces, hopefully PSNI are more lenient. It’s a pretty common sports injury so hoping for a positive answer


  • Registered Users Posts: 17 Tunafish123


    RedtopXCV wrote: »
    I wasn’t asking for a pin point timescale.
    I was enquiring what time scale similar scorers endured in the 1710 recruitment.

    Hi there, people who roughly scored in your ML were in the 5th and 6th intake so Dec 18 and Feb 19 ( there was no jan 19 intake). Obviously the two campaigns are different but that should give you an idea. All the best with your next stages.


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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 151 ✭✭ Toots123


    Hey Guys just wondering could anybody that has been through the process hazard a guess when im likely "all being well and passed" get the call to start. Im in merit 140-160 . 1810 process just passed AC
    I know ever year is different but just an approximation would do.
    Thanks in advance x


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