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Old 15th Oct 2018, 05:40
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Pilot Aptitude Test Practice Questions Source

Hi Everyone,

I'm looking at applying for some pilot cadetships in future and I have started looking for some practice sets of aptitude test questions so I can prepare for that stage of the applications.
So far I can only find very limited questions for free as almost every source wants you to buy their test packs (I had no idea there was such a market for this!)

Does anyone have any recommendations for fairly comprehensive free practice sets available to prepare for pilot aptitude tests?
If I will have to end up purchasing an aptitude test training pack to get some decent preparation in, can anyone recommend a source that is good value for money and will give me a large amount of accurate practice questions?

Thanks very much.
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I would like some information on this too please team Don't mind paying either, its my career after all
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latestpilotjobs.com and flightdeckfriend.com are two sources I found helpful. The various cadet pilot blogs that are knocking about also have good nuggets of info. However, like you, when I was applying to airline cadet schemes I failed a number of Assesment processes from what can only be described as "over preparation". I had spent so long practicing and polishing answers to the typical interview questions that my delivery was scripted and impersonal. Keep in the back of your mind that they are assessing your personality as much as your technical and non-technical skill set. The assessor, who will likely be a pilot or senior cabin crew, will be sat there thinking "can I sit next to this guy/girl for a 12 hour day?". This is where I fell down, but after assessing my performance and getting some interview practice I learned how to relax and deliver a good interview and show my personality and skillset.
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