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easyJet MPL CAE June 2019

Old 13th Jan 2020, 11:21
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Originally Posted by Crusherrr View Post
Could anyone let me know of what kind of questions are asked in stage 3?
Just use the handbook that they sent you. If you prepare yourself well according to that handbook then you are in safe hands. I did extra research on the internet but everything that they asked was from what they said in the handbook. Can't say the exact questions, sorry, was told not to. In the handbook, they ask for Cooperation, Leadership, Situational awareness and Decision making and same in the interview. And then ofcourse, learn about the company, as much as you can.
Hope that helps.
Good luck
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Old 13th Jan 2020, 16:56
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I've got my Stage 3 for EasyJet MPL on the 28th, has anyone done this before? If they have any tips or ideas would be greatly appreciated
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Old 13th Jan 2020, 19:07
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Originally Posted by Harry Britten View Post
I've got my Stage 3 for EasyJet MPL on the 28th, has anyone done this before? If they have any tips or ideas would be greatly appreciated
Yes. I did mines on 7th and received my good news today. Just follow what I said in the post before yours and you should be fine. They are really nice people and they make sure you are not nervous at any time.

They have some new simulators worth about 7million. If you are lucky, someone might be able to show you.

Good luck.
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Old 14th Jan 2020, 07:55
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Originally Posted by faizzie786 View Post
Yes. I did mines on 7th and received my good news today. Just follow what I said in the post before yours and you should be fine. They are really nice people and they make sure you are not nervous at any time.

They have some new simulators worth about 7million. If you are lucky, someone might be able to show you.

Good luck.
Congratulations!, any idea on when you will start ground school?
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Old 14th Jan 2020, 18:31
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Originally Posted by Crusherrr View Post
Congratulations!, any idea on when you will start ground school?
Thank you. They gave me an initial option of 9th march and 13th april I think. But other guys who did their interview with me have been able to choose a later date.

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Old 15th Jan 2020, 13:50
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Originally Posted by faizzie786 View Post
Thank you. They have me an initial option of 7th march and 28th april I think. But other guys who did their interview with me have been able to choose a later date.
are the dates they give you the only options or are there lots of them to choose from, not sure how that works
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Old 15th Jan 2020, 16:02
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As You have passed Stage three, would you mind if i were to take a look at Your CV for some pointers, if not i totally understand
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Old 15th Jan 2020, 16:59
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Originally Posted by Harry Britten View Post
are the dates they give you the only options or are there lots of them to choose from, not sure how that works
Ok, so upon request, I received an email today with about 8 different starting dates which I can choose from. So in that way, they are really flexible with you.
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Old 15th Jan 2020, 17:07
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Originally Posted by Harry Britten View Post
As You have passed Stage three, would you mind if i were to take a look at Your CV for some pointers, if not i totally understand
They ask you to bring your CV with you but no one asked to look at my CV on the day. Now you should definitely take your CV with you but might not be asked for it.
I don't feel really confortable sharing my CV here, but what I would say is I have a few different CVs for different job roles. The one that I prepared for easyJet has alot of stuff about me being involved in group projects and tasks that required me to go out of my comfort zone such as summer schools to a different country. It is very recomended to do a part time job as other people who came for interview on same day as me and didn't pass said that they couldn't say much when asked about past experiences. You have to try to answer every question with an experience from the past. So work experience is very important in CV. I have been working in tesco, which helps because it involved customer service and working flexible in a team, both easyJet needs in you.

Hope that helps. Sorry i wrote alot.
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Old 15th Jan 2020, 17:46
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Originally Posted by faizzie786 View Post
They ask you to bring your CV with you but no one asked to look at my CV on the day. Now you should definitely take your CV with you but might not be asked for it.
I don't feel really confortable sharing my CV here, but what I would say is I have a few different CVs for different job roles. The one that I prepared for easyJet has alot of stuff about me being involved in group projects and tasks that required me to go out of my comfort zone such as summer schools to a different country. It is very recomended to do a part time job as other people who came for interview on same day as me and didn't pass said that they couldn't say much when asked about past experiences. You have to try to answer every question with an experience from the past. So work experience is very important in CV. I have been working in tesco, which helps because it involved customer service and working flexible in a team, both easyJet needs in you.

Hope that helps. Sorry i wrote alot.
Hi quick question :- I assume the booking process for Stage 3 is different than the ‘BookingBug’ website we used to book stage 2? As I can’t see any stage 3 dates on that.

Thanks

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Old 15th Jan 2020, 17:54
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Originally Posted by LanceHudson View Post
Hi quick question :- I assume the booking process for Stage 3 is different than the ‘BookingBug’ website we used to book stage 2? As I can’t see any stage 3 dates on that.

Thanks
yes. You have to call them, they should have sent you an email with the dates available. The dates sent to me were
CAE Gatwick:
7th January, 2020
8th January, 2020
28th January, 2020
29th January, 2020

CAE Amsterdam:
4th February 2020
5th February 2020

CAE Malpensa:
25th February 2020
26th February 2020

hope that helps.
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Old 19th Jan 2020, 14:05
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Smile Stage 3 Day

Originally Posted by faizzie786 View Post
Just use the handbook that they sent you. If you prepare yourself well according to that handbook then you are in safe hands. I did extra research on the internet but everything that they asked was from what they said in the handbook. Can't say the exact questions, sorry, was told not to. In the handbook, they ask for Cooperation, Leadership, Situational awareness and Decision making and same in the interview. And then ofcourse, learn about the company, as much as you can.
Hope that helps.
Good luck
Hi!

Congratulations on getting through stage 3, thats incredible!
I appreciate you've beein inundated with questions already!!
But I'm due to do my stage 3 end of January and I just wondered if you could lt me know one or two things about how long the interview is, who interviews and what order the sections (group and personal) come in. Also whats the average age would you have said for the other applicants, as I'm pretty young!

Thanks so much. And well done again!!
James
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Old 19th Jan 2020, 20:11
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Originally Posted by JamesS1 View Post
Hi!

Congratulations on getting through stage 3, thats incredible!
I appreciate you've beein inundated with questions already!!
But I'm due to do my stage 3 end of January and I just wondered if you could lt me know one or two things about how long the interview is, who interviews and what order the sections (group and personal) come in. Also whats the average age would you have said for the other applicants, as I'm pretty young!

Thanks so much. And well done again!!
James
There were total of 10 people on my interview day. I am 22 and the others were pretty much same age as me with one person being 30 years old. 1 hr group interview and then 1hr personal interview. But that one hour went like 5 mins. You will be interviewed by easyJet HR personnel. You will be briefed about everything before starting and given a chance to ask any questions. They are really nice people and want you to succeed so no need to panic.
Good luck.
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Old 20th Jan 2020, 20:12
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Originally Posted by faizzie786 View Post
There were total of 10 people on my interview day. I am 22 and the others were pretty much same age as me with one person being 30 years old. 1 hr group interview and then 1hr personal interview. But that one hour went like 5 mins. You will be interviewed by easyJet HR personnel. You will be briefed about everything before starting and given a chance to ask any questions. They are really nice people and want you to succeed so no need to panic.
Good luck.
Thank you very much, that's just brilliant!
Well done again!
I'll report back!
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Old 24th Jan 2020, 13:42
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For the stage 3, was it a group interview or a group excercise/task?
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Old 25th Jan 2020, 18:13
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I presume the day finished before lunch for you, or will we need to bring it with us?

Thanks
James
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Old 29th Jan 2020, 22:47
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So anyone having another go at STAGE2 for the MPL?
I passed last time* buy I think my FAST score let me down. Some disconnect between mentally between watching a video and actually controlling something.
Is there anyway to practise something like it online?


*for the ATPL Easyjet course.

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Old 30th Jan 2020, 05:33
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Originally Posted by DrBrian View Post
So anyone having another go at STAGE2 for the MPL?
I passed last time* buy I think my FAST score let me down. Some disconnect between mentally between watching a video and actually controlling something.
Is there anyway to practise something like it online?


*for the ATPL Easyjet course.
I’m in the same situation as you are. I spoke to someone at CAE and was told that the requirements are only higher for the ball game, FAST and Fixed Wing assessments. I.e. it was one of those 3 that let me down.

The rest of the assessment is the exact same.
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Old 30th Jan 2020, 20:37
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Hi everyone,
I have recently been invited for my stage 2 assessment. It is on the second week of February. I was wondering if anyone could give me advice on how I should prepare for it. Things like what I should do and best way to be fully prepared for it. Also, I am unsure on getting the Maths and Physics test bundle as I have Skytest, so I would really appreciate if someone would help me out on that. I really don't know what to expect as I haven't received any email with help. So, if anyone could brief me on what the day consists of I would really appreciate it.
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Old 31st Jan 2020, 08:57
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Originally Posted by Learning101 View Post
Hi everyone,
I have recently been invited for my stage 2 assessment ........ I really don't know what to expect as I haven't received any email with help. So, if anyone could brief me on what the day consists of I would really appreciate it.
Contact CAE - I didn't receive the Stage 2 assessment info pack at first, and when i still hadn't 2 weeks after selecting a date i rang them, received it within the hour. They believed it had been sent out, so perhaps the system was playing up. Either way, if you don't contact them about it, they wont know you haven't had it.

There are contact details on the assessment invite email.
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