The CET written test will generally be of Class V level for admission to Class VI and Class VIII level for admission to Class IX. Medium for answering the question is English and Hindi for Class VI and only English for Class IX.

Those candidates who qualify in the written test and are short-listed will be called for the interview at one of the Rashtriya Military Schools. Marks of the interview will be added to the score of the written test before deciding the final merit. No TA/DA or any other allowance is admissible for journeys undertaken for the interview.

Merit List of the successful candidates and the allotment of School will be declared by the Integrated Headquarters of the Ministry of Defence (IHQ of MOD)/ MT-15. No separate intimation will be sent to the unsuccessful candidates. The final results will be available on the website and on army intranet.

Final Selection:
Candidates selected in the order of merit on the basis of total marks secured by them in the written test and the interview will be admitted to different Rashtriya Military Schools based on the availability of vacancies, medical fitness and reservation norms. Qualified candidates will be allotted Schools purely on merit and vacancies.

Medical Fitness:  
All candidates are required to undergo medical fitness examination before admission to the Rashtriya Military Schools as per norms/criteria specified in the AFMSF-2 and only in the hospital a candidate has mentioned in the application form. The medical examination will be carried out at only one of the listed hospitals mentioned under the head ‘List of Hospitals for Conduct of Medical Test.’ Candidates found medically unfit by the board of officers at listed hospitals will not be admitted. The candidate will also be required to remain medically fit during the course of his stay at Rashtriya Military Schools. The admission of the candidate will be provisional until fitness certificate is received from the hospital. No change in medical exam centre is allowed.