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Airline assessments

Old 20th Feb 2020, 00:23
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Airline assessments

Is there any limits to attending an airline assessment?

eg You failed 1 they ask to come back in 6 months

if you failed the 2nd attempt does that mean it’s game over?

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Old 20th Feb 2020, 09:53
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Depends on the airline. Majority have a 12 month gap until you can apply again, should you fail. Some even have 6 months.

The number of times you fail an assessment doesn’t really matter. I know people who’ve went to big UK based airlines who got in on 3rd or 4th attempt. So it’s definitely not a case of if you fail once, that’s you blacklisted.

To some airlines, applying again stands you in good stead (as it shows a true desire to work for the company), but for others not so much so (you know the assessment, interview, group tasks, and sim profile, so you can prepare ahead and possibly have an unfair advantage).

But generally speaking, it’s not uncommon for people to apply several times to get into “better” airlines.
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Old 20th Feb 2020, 19:16
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At BA, it seems a right of passage to be refused about three times, before passing.
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