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The CTC Wings (Cadets) Thread - Part 2.

Old 10th Nov 2007, 10:36
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They have accepted deviations in the past; they may be taking a harder line on it now. I'd either give them a call at BOH and ask them, or else just wait until you get the deviation removed.
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Old 10th Nov 2007, 16:26
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hi, yeah i got through 2, well done. i was the guy from manchester who cudnt believe you were danish.......theres a good chance we could be in the same group then cos im goin on the 9th too. what you gonna do to prepare then? just interview stuff? any idea what the group topics will be about? i dont suppose you can learn or prepare for those? james
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Old 12th Nov 2007, 10:54
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so who has their phase 2 tomorrow?!
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Old 12th Nov 2007, 12:38
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Hey,
I have my phase 2 tomorrow at 1300. I see you from Crawley im from Horsham!!
Have you done a lot of revision?

Elliot
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Old 12th Nov 2007, 20:13
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revision - well what i possibly could, sort of examples of what i have been told to expect etc!

i wonder how many of us there will be tomo!!
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Old 12th Nov 2007, 20:28
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I'm applying to the iCP scheme and was just wondering if anyone had any thoughts about getting a bit of flying experience before I go down to Bournemouth.

Having only flown briefly with the ATC and UAS (and they were a while ago) I was thinking about having a few lessons as a bit of a refresher. Should give me a chance to find out for sure whether flying is for me and also show some commitment to the guys at CTC.

Anyway, can anyone suggest a good flying school to go to around north London? Elstree's pretty close to me and I've noticed Cabair do a few taster sessions from there. 5 hours for around 600? Reasonable?
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Old 13th Nov 2007, 11:13
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Ello James =)

Congratulations on getting through to Phase 3 mate.

I think we might be in the same group then yes, there will deffinetly be a 50% chance of it.
I'm just going to prepare for/with interview methods and such yeah, can't really know which questions they give us, so will have to just be generally prepared.
I don't know about the group exercises either sadly, and no I don't suppose you can.

Will see you January 9th then =)
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Old 13th Nov 2007, 17:50
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Hi,
Does the class 1 medical required for starting training have to be done in Gatwick? Thanks.
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Old 13th Nov 2007, 18:57
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All initial Class 1s have to be done at Gatwick. After that, your renewals can be done with one of the registered AMEs (Aviation Medical Examiners?) around the country.
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Old 13th Nov 2007, 20:18
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Hi Guys, how did the stage 2 guys get on today...

Any results/stories to share?


Hope the news is good for you all.
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Old 14th Nov 2007, 10:25
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Had my Phase two yesterday..

I found the PILAPT part of it ok and actually really enjoyed it. All I would say is take it easy with the joystick it is very very sensitive!!!

The maths part I struggled on a little. I was so nervous about it my mind went completely blank..

Anyway I got the email within a few hours and I got through to phase 3 but I will have to take the numeracy part of it again. So lots of revision for me.

For all the guys that went Im trying to remember what to study so far I can remember:
Division long and short
Multiplicaiton long and short
Square roots
Cube roots
Formulas

Can anyone else remember any more?

Great day and good to meet everyone.

Elliot
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Old 14th Nov 2007, 10:37
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hi elliot.

i too have to take the maths again next month at my phase 3. you are pretty much spot on there with what to revise for.

all the best with the revision and congratulations for getting through to the next stage

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Old 14th Nov 2007, 10:40
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Cheers Ad. Were you at my phase 2 cant remember everyones name???
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Old 14th Nov 2007, 10:41
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no..i was there in october.
wen are you heading abck there for stage 3?
i have mine on december 12th
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Old 14th Nov 2007, 10:45
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Im not sure yet it said in the email they would be contacting me so I guess they will be calling sometime soon is that what they done with you?

You been revising a lot? can you revise anything for phase 3 apart from history on easyjet or is it one of those just be yourself things??
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Old 14th Nov 2007, 10:48
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well my phase 2 was on october 9th and phase 3 on 12th december. its been nice to have this time to catch up on things.
but yes..be yourself, relax and enjoy the day is my best advice. dont just look at easyjet, look at all their partner airlines and keep upto date with the latest news.

PM we if you want anymore advice

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Old 15th Nov 2007, 10:29
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How did everyone else get on at Phae 2 on the 13th then?

I now have my phase 3 date, its on the 16th Jan (Wed).
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Old 15th Nov 2007, 12:36
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Phase 3

Hi Elbiot,
i think you were at my phase 2 on tuesday, i managed to get through, although i have to re-sit my maths grrr
my phase 3 is booked for the 23rd January! 2 months! at least it gives me time to prepare i guess

Chris
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Old 15th Nov 2007, 12:50
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Well done Chris. Yeh i have to re-take maths too...Lots of time to revise which is always good!
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Old 15th Nov 2007, 20:13
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Hey. I passed phase 2 as well. My phase 3 date is the 16th of Jan so i think i might see some of u guys there.

Gd luck to you all, hopefully see u soon.
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