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Old 11th Jun 2019, 23:42
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Originally Posted by AFrotary View Post
I've passed the selection last november and still waiting for a available position.
They also tend to change the job requirements even after you've passed the selection.
Really ?
That doesn't sound promising.
So are you meaning that it could exist the possibility not to get the job, even after passing their selection ?
Sounds a bit odd.
I know a guy waiting for the TR there, apparently he's going in on January, (having passed the CQ in May).
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Old 12th Jun 2019, 17:04
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Originally Posted by Pinuz89 View Post
Really ?
That doesn't sound promising.
So are you meaning that it could exist the possibility not to get the job, even after passing their selection ?
Sounds a bit odd.
I know a guy waiting for the TR there, apparently he's going in on January, (having passed the CQ in May).
The only thing I heard since november is that they currently don't have training dates available (I have contacted them every month).
So, no there's no guaranteed job offer after passing the selection (eventhough interpersonal says there is).
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Old 12th Jun 2019, 17:38
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I'd suggest you have a look at the "Anisec - Level" thread on the same section, few posts below this one….
Interpersonnal is in the business of "running selections". They would not exist otherwise. No need to say more.

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Old 12th Jun 2019, 18:10
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Originally Posted by eiffel View Post
I'd suggest you have a look at the "Anisec - Level" thread on the same section, few posts below this one….
Interpersonnal is in the business for running selections. They would not exist otherwise. No need to say more.
A question that arises is: why are they calling so many people, if there's no such demand ?
Organizing all these processes request the work to many employees, including the snaks available :-) .
So are they working for free ?
What's the point of doing that if airlines don't care about it ?
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Old 12th Jun 2019, 21:41
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Originally Posted by eiffel View Post
I'd suggest you have a look at the "Anisec - Level" thread on the same section, few posts below this one….
Interpersonnal is in the business of "running selections". They would not exist otherwise. No need to say more.
altough not false, its Eurowings that has to pay Interpersonal for every selection run.
the fact that EW keeps running these selections is that they are planning on hiring everybody passing the selection. Sure, things can change fast, but for now I can speak for at least Germanwings. We are very very under-crowded and need at least 60 more FOs. The training department just cant educate faster at the moment.
With this info: i think (nut sure) that the same applies to the bigger Eurowings.
To add: the one thing changed for people passing the selections, is the German Requirement (From none, to B1, to B2, and back to B1 I believe)
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Old 13th Jun 2019, 07:20
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Hey,
I’ve been on waiting list since February. We have emails each time there is any improvement on the list. Basically, as said above, they are actively hiring for Germanwings, but with a B1 Level in German.
For non-German speakers as myself, the list is quite long, because we can only work for Eurowings Europe, which means only few bases available. For German speakers, it appears to be very quick. We even had an offer with cash bonus if able to pass B1 level certificate and then work for Germanwings.
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Old 13th Jun 2019, 10:57
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Anyone out there in the type rating course starting on the 1st of July in CGN? Looking for some suggestions for a place to stay/share there

All the best!
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Old 13th Jun 2019, 15:46
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Ahh guys, you could just imagine how this whole slow issue with recruiting is shaping my and my family's life. Waiting for TR from November after successful passing of CQ, and answers from EW are still the same - "Unfortunately we are not able to make a firm statement .... If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to ask."

I do confirm the B1 requirement for German bases only.

Wish all of us fast progress.
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Old 30th Jun 2019, 12:55
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Hi guys,
anyone there for sim on July 8th?
What can we expect on sim? I heard there are no malfunctions, only sid, star, some work like steep turns, ils and holding, is it true?
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Old 30th Jun 2019, 16:09
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I would like to recommend FTO Nord, it's a small training facility where they have the same identical sim used in the assessment.
They are great, especially for preparing for interpersonal assessments.
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Old 3rd Jul 2019, 22:23
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Hello
I have one question. I have read the entire 31 pages but I still do not get quite the answer weather to by skytest IPBQ or not.
I have test on 23.7 and I am also interested, can anyone give me some feedback ist thet eonugs time to learn or it should be better for me to contact interpersonal and try to move the datum to later period.

Regards
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Old 4th Jul 2019, 09:49
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Originally Posted by rp001 View Post
Hello
I have one question. I have read the entire 31 pages but I still do not get quite the answer weather to by skytest IPBQ or not.
I have test on 23.7 and I am also interested, can anyone give me some feedback ist thet eonugs time to learn or it should be better for me to contact interpersonal and try to move the datum to later period.

Regards
R
Personally I didn't buy it, and I passed. I have just revised some math and mental arithmetic through the web, and some memory games.
But this is very subjective, it could have worked for me and not for many others.
I bought skytest for the DLR, it's a nice software, very useful, but DLR is very different and much harder !
Of course you'll have better chances if you have the will to buy it, and also if it's not a problem to spend 80€, but in my opinion the BQ is doable even without it.
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Old 4th Jul 2019, 15:43
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Originally Posted by rp001 View Post
Hello
I have one question. I have read the entire 31 pages but I still do not get quite the answer weather to by skytest IPBQ or not.
I have test on 23.7 and I am also interested, can anyone give me some feedback ist thet eonugs time to learn or it should be better for me to contact interpersonal and try to move the datum to later period.

Regards
R
I bought skytest around four days prior to the BQ and it helped me. I knew what I could expect, that meant a lot for me altough skytest is harder than the actual test. I was told I had some results way above average so I guess it is good.

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Old 7th Jul 2019, 19:46
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Hi everyone,
there is plenty of information about Skytest vs BQ, ATPL Theory, SIM etc... but no info about the English test concerned the BQ.

Please, could anyone possibly help? Is the English part of the BQ based on the grammar in terms of terrible things such as exceptions, conditionals, articles etc.., or what is it mainly based on? How deep (I know it is individual and subjective) should the preparation for this let´s name it the English part of the BQ be? Or is it mainly in terms of ICAO/VFR/IFR English?

Thank you very much.
Have a nice time!
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Old 7th Jul 2019, 22:21
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How many questions is there on a particular subject? Math, ATPL, 3d, qube, english words ...
I know it will take all day. Is there an interview at the end? How do you know weather did you pass or not?
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Old 8th Jul 2019, 13:30
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Originally Posted by rp001 View Post
How many questions is there on a particular subject? Math, ATPL, 3d, qube, english words ...
I know it will take all day. Is there an interview at the end? How do you know weather did you pass or not?
Math, if I remember 15 questions in 25 min, ATPL 60 questins in 45 min, and English put its focus on verb conjugation, synonyms, and "idioms".
The first two parts were pretty easy, if you know the basic of english, the last one is quite tricky, because it's similar to learn the "slang", in other words ways to say something using completely different sentence.

Eg. What am I saying with this sentence : "A dime a dozen" ? if you are not a native speaker, probably it's quite hard to translate.
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Old 10th Jul 2019, 20:49
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Is there allowed to have paper and pencil to write when doing the calculations?
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Old 11th Jul 2019, 13:44
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Hey guys, So I read the threat from they change to Interpersonal test style, From the look of it English seems hard and the ATPL for me since it's been while since I've done ATPL. Wondering where you guys were practicing or everyone just use skytest prep.
I got an appointment with them on 21/08/2019 about 10min ago so still waiting on their conformation email. I think I have plenty of time to prepare. I also read people who passed have long time to start the type rating so wonder if there is any improvement on that.
Thanks,
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Old 11th Jul 2019, 14:18
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Originally Posted by sekmeth View Post

altough not false, its Eurowings that has to pay Interpersonal for every selection run.
the fact that EW keeps running these selections is that they are planning on hiring everybody passing the selection. Sure, things can change fast, but for now I can speak for at least Germanwings. We are very very under-crowded and need at least 60 more FOs. The training department just cant educate faster at the moment.
With this info: i think (nut sure) that the same applies to the bigger Eurowings.
To add: the one thing changed for people passing the selections, is the German Requirement (From none, to B1, to B2, and back to B1 I believe)
Is there any information on how long the current wait is for german speakers? When I had my interview with eurowings it sounded a lot like they didnt differentiate between german and non-german speakers.
They way I undestood it, they only have one "list" which you are put on. Whenever someone needs new FOs they just take the ones from the top of the list.
I may have interpreted that wrong tho.
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Old 11th Jul 2019, 14:50
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May I ask you which kind of math questions they ask? Are you allowed to use calculator or is it mental math?

Thanks!
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