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Old 10-01-2020, 04:12 PM   #7006
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Hi all, I missed my IPPT window and have to go for RT now.
Officially online states that the 8th, 12th and 16th sessions are IPPT - if pass, no more RT.

I'm also reading here and there online that the 1st session is IPPT as well? Is someone able to clarify that for me? Thanks.

Also, what are the chances that the Officer-in-Charge let you take IPPT before your 8th session?

"If you would like to take your RT or IPPT before the scheduled IPPT session, e.g. your 8th session, please approach the Officer-in-Charge at the Fitness Conditioning Centre (FCC) during your RT for advice."
once u are in RT, only 8th, 12th and 16th is IPPT called RT-IPPT.

the 1st session which is IPPT only applies for those under IPT (voluntary 10 sessions in total).

the shortcut to clear your RT window without having to complete all sessions is during ICT, do pass your IPPT during ICT (known as ICT-IPPT).

however sadly, many NSmen does not have ICT.. so can only go for non-ICT IPPT, IPT or RT
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Old 15-01-2020, 12:15 AM   #7007
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How long in advance do i need to book my ipt slots ? Can book on actual day in the morning then attend ipt in the evening ?
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Old 15-01-2020, 12:15 AM   #7008
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How long in advance do i need to book my ipt slots ? Can book on actual day in the morning then attend ipt in the evening ?
Can.. before 12 noon
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Old 15-01-2020, 09:00 AM   #7009
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Have u booked alrdy?

How long in advance do i need to book my ipt slots ? Can book on actual day in the morning then attend ipt in the evening ?
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Old 15-01-2020, 08:08 PM   #7010
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Hey guys,my next rt session will be with ippt (8th session), is it possible to book for a safra location(currently pending 7th session completion) for the treadmill ippt?
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Old 16-01-2020, 02:04 PM   #7011
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Go ask ns portal helpline

Hey guys,my next rt session will be with ippt (8th session), is it possible to book for a safra location(currently pending 7th session completion) for the treadmill ippt?
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Old Yesterday, 12:25 AM   #7012
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Hi just want to seek advice.
Took IPPT today and turns out I failed miserably (30 points)
My IPPT window is closing by 31 Mar [last IPPT date 28 Mar].

Should I just train for the next 3-4 weeks and book one on early Feb or opt for IPT sessions instead? For IPT, is it possible to clear 10 sessions on time?
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Old Yesterday, 12:27 AM   #7013
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Hey guys,my next rt session will be with ippt (8th session), is it possible to book for a safra location(currently pending 7th session completion) for the treadmill ippt?
Try choose safra location when booking online
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Old Yesterday, 12:43 AM   #7014
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Hi just want to seek advice.
Took IPPT today and turns out I failed miserably (30 points)
My IPPT window is closing by 31 Mar [last IPPT date 28 Mar].

Should I just train for the next 3-4 weeks and book one on early Feb or opt for IPT sessions instead? For IPT, is it possible to clear 10 sessions on time?
That will depend on how many days per week u are able to commit. Lets say u can go for the maximum 3-4 times per week (Mandatory 1 day rest in between each session), should be able to clear within a month.

IMHO, you should go for IPT while also training to try and pass your IPPT. In the event if u are not able to complete your IPT or pass your IPPT, at least these sessions will be used to shave off the amount of RT u need to do in the next window. Doing IPT and IPPT also will have 0.5 day rank pay
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Old Yesterday, 01:50 AM   #7015
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Hi just want to seek advice.
Took IPPT today and turns out I failed miserably (30 points)
My IPPT window is closing by 31 Mar [last IPPT date 28 Mar].

Should I just train for the next 3-4 weeks and book one on early Feb or opt for IPT sessions instead? For IPT, is it possible to clear 10 sessions on time?
do you think you will be able to train religiously for the next 3-4 weeks to make a difference?
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Old Yesterday, 09:10 AM   #7016
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Hi just want to seek advice.
Took IPPT today and turns out I failed miserably (30 points)
My IPPT window is closing by 31 Mar [last IPPT date 28 Mar].

Should I just train for the next 3-4 weeks and book one on early Feb or opt for IPT sessions instead? For IPT, is it possible to clear 10 sessions on time?
My windows usually ends on Mid Feb and I tend to start my IPT on early Dec and my last session tend to be on end of Jan or early Feb. If you attend IPT once or twice per week it is possible to complete your 10 IPT sessions if you start your 1st session next week.
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Old Yesterday, 05:22 PM   #7017
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My windows usually ends on Mid Feb and I tend to start my IPT on early Dec and my last session tend to be on end of Jan or early Feb. If you attend IPT once or twice per week it is possible to complete your 10 IPT sessions if you start your 1st session next week.
Or just sign up for ipt the moment your window opens and do a session once a month. Then no need to chiong. lol
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Old Yesterday, 06:43 PM   #7018
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That will depend on how many days per week u are able to commit. Lets say u can go for the maximum 3-4 times per week (Mandatory 1 day rest in between each session), should be able to clear within a month.

IMHO, you should go for IPT while also training to try and pass your IPPT. In the event if u are not able to complete your IPT or pass your IPPT, at least these sessions will be used to shave off the amount of RT u need to do in the next window. Doing IPT and IPPT also will have 0.5 day rank pay
So what you mean is I should go for IPT sessions from now on but at the same time book an IPPT session on a separate date [e.g around early Feb]?
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Old Yesterday, 06:47 PM   #7019
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do you think you will be able to train religiously for the next 3-4 weeks to make a difference?
I think I am able to do my training on some weekdays and on the weekends.
Should I just focus on improving my running for my training?
For some reason, the machines for the pushups/situps stations did not detect quite a handful of counts so I got a lower score for these stations than I expected.
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Or just sign up for ipt the moment your window opens and do a session once a month. Then no need to chiong. lol
I agree.. should have done that last year the moment the window opened up
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