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Old 7th Jan 2019, 22:13
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 04:25
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@burger91 204 hours frozen atpl(cpl)
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 09:05
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Done the assessments all as above no ATPL stuff. Didn't do the interview bit yet.

3000hrs 800 on the 320
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 20:16
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Hi, could anybody confirm if we need the mouse for the Complex Control Assessment. Is it possible to do it with a laptop's (Mac) touchpad? Thanks!
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 20:50
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Originally Posted by bowinris View Post
Work-related Behaviour (management)
Just some questions about yourself

Completed and sentSituational Behaviour
Just some questions about yourself

Completed and sent Verbal Reasoning (consumer compact)
You can find some examples here ( www. jobtestprep . co . uk/). It was the most difficult test for me.

Completed and sentReaction Speed
You will have 2 patterns on your left and right. When they both are identics, you need to press on your space bar

Completed and sentSpatial Orientation
Just need to find your position with a compas and RMI.

Completed and sentComplex Control
missile-game . bwhmather . com

Completed and sentMulti-tasking Capability (avi)
youtube.com/watch?v=wE04ioNINvk

Completed and sentApplied Numeracy (avi)
Simple maths test. Check 2piR & pi x R^2 x H

PendingDirect Entry Pilots Interview 2019
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Hello! Thanks a lot for your interaction and feedback.
Please let me know what are you coming to get in video interview. Regards

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Old 8th Jan 2019, 20:51
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Originally Posted by maverickflyer View Post
Hi, could anybody confirm if we need the mouse for the Complex Control Assessment. Is it possible to do it with a laptop's (Mac) touchpad? Thanks!
it's not a requirement to have a mouse, personally you will regret not having one as I did it on the mouse pad to a very bad outcome. A lot more crashes than I'd like.
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 21:33
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it's not a requirement to have a mouse, personally you will regret not having one as I did it on the mouse pad to a very bad outcome. A lot more crashes than I'd like.
thanks for the reply, I guess I'll have to find a computer with a mouse to do it.
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 07:55
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Call me blunt, but why not just go buy a mouse rather than search for a computer? A basic mouse is say £10, which is a drop in the ocean if it secures you a permanent contract with a legacy carrier, and you can perform the test at home. Or you go find a different computer, possibly in public, and have the constant threat of distraction!

Aviation is all about identifying threats and what you can do to mitigate them!!
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 12:43
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Originally Posted by daveandg View Post
Call me blunt, but why not just go buy a mouse rather than search for a computer? A basic mouse is say £10, which is a drop in the ocean if it secures you a permanent contract with a legacy carrier, and you can perform the test at home. Or you go find a different computer, possibly in public, and have the constant threat of distraction!

Aviation is all about identifying threats and what you can do to mitigate them!!
Haha yeah I agree with you, I´ll probably just end up buying a mouse. The problem is a damn Apple mouse costs 60€ or so.
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 13:01
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Originally Posted by maverickflyer View Post
Haha yeah I agree with you, I´ll probably just end up buying a mouse. The problem is a damn Apple mouse costs 60€ or so.
why buy an apple mouse? (They’re garbage anyway)
If you wanna be that cheap buy one in a store, do the test and return it! 😂
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 13:47
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Originally Posted by maverickflyer View Post
Haha yeah I agree with you, I´ll probably just end up buying a mouse. The problem is a damn Apple mouse costs 60€ or so.
No need for an apple one! mine plug and play wireless on the mac, not even 10 bucks! Works as a charm! Save that money for ur TR or... QUESTION, anybody know if AL is paying for it?
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 14:00
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From the Cut-e website:
Basically, you don’t need anything except a computer with a browser and Internet access. Other aids are generally not required. However, for some of the tests it is useful to have a calculator or perhaps pen and paper at hand. Some of the exercises, for example, are made up of various steps, the results of which you might want to jot down so as to make it easier to find the solution in the end. If any kind of aid is required or could be helpful, you will be informed accordingly in the introduction to the test.
For those who already did the test: Is a calculator allowed ?

Thanks !
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 18:56
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Hi Guys!
Anybody did the video interview? Please help me if you can because I am coming to do it in the Friday.
Kinds
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 20:02
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Originally Posted by greg765 View Post
From the Cut-e website:


For those who already did the test: Is a calculator allowed ?

Thanks !
I only have the interview left. There's one test (normal math problems- i think its called applied numeracy) that requires a calculator and a piece of paper. I also recommend getting a mouse if you don't have one. For those of you that have completed the video interview, did you wear a suit? Im asking this because I'm currently out of base and I don't have suit with me. The closest thing to a suit is my uniform Thanks a good luck!
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 20:51
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The Maths problems, do they consist of geometry, trigonometry and sin cos tan calculations?

Geometry i.e. area of triangle, circle, circumference of circle

Any distance, speed, time?

Finally any rate of climb or descent ?

Thanks,
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 21:35
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Originally Posted by maverickflyer View Post
I only have the interview left. There's one test (normal math problems- i think its called applied numeracy) that requires a calculator and a piece of paper. I also recommend getting a mouse if you don't have one. For those of you that have completed the video interview, did you wear a suit? Im asking this because I'm currently out of base and I don't have suit with me. The closest thing to a suit is my uniform Thanks a good luck!
Thank you very much for the information ! Then I'll make sure to have a calculator ready
I personally plan to wear a suit (I'll take the test and interview tomorrow). Not sure if it is very important though, as I assume they do a kind of "pre-screening" with this first part of the selection. As long as it looks "professional" I think it should be fine !

Best of luck to everyone !
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 22:39
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QUESTION, anybody know if AL is paying for it?
AL pay for it.
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Old 10th Jan 2019, 05:55
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Originally Posted by maverickflyer View Post
I only have the interview left. There's one test (normal math problems- i think its called applied numeracy) that requires a calculator and a piece of paper. I also recommend getting a mouse if you don't have one. For those of you that have completed the video interview, did you wear a suit? Im asking this because I'm currently out of base and I don't have suit with me. The closest thing to a suit is my uniform Thanks a good luck!
I did the usual video interview thing and wore a suit jacket with a white shirt and a tie combined with the classic sweatpants. 😂

if you can just wear a white shirt and maybe a tie or take any sort of labelling your current airline puts on the uniform off and make it look like a normal suit?! From my past experience with recruiters and HR people I wouldn’t recommend doing it without a suit.
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Old 11th Jan 2019, 12:51
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Did the video interview today . 4 questions , 40" to prepare your answer then 1'30" for recording . Basic stuff questions .
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Old 18th Jan 2019, 07:54
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