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Old 25th Dec 2023, 13:02
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Okay, my bad. But i was asking about the Mollymawk exam day. Is it just gonna be just Mollymawk or is it gonna be any HR meetings as well?
I am aware that its gonna be Sim assessment and Interview later if i get through mollymawk.
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Old 27th Dec 2023, 08:39
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Originally Posted by Mlambin
SunExpress is planning to continue recruiting for it's 2024 seasons and the recruitement process is still going strong.
If you have any questions before applying, don't hesitate to contact me or ask here.
Hello. I'd like to get in touch with you. I can't private message you because I need to make 3 posts first before I can private message anyone, which I don't have. Please could you drop me a private message? Thank you!
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Old 27th Dec 2023, 10:34
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I have heard positive things about SunExpress. I would greatly appreciate it if any one could share some insights into the work environment, specifically regarding the number of off days a pilot typically receives in a month in a row and the average monthly salary for an experienced Captain (737).
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Old 29th Dec 2023, 05:41
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no, its just the mollymawk. you can expect to finish around 12
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Old 29th Dec 2023, 09:06
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Originally Posted by aviatoryunzy
Hello. I'd like to get in touch with you. I can't private message you because I need to make 3 posts first before I can private message anyone, which I don't have. Please could you drop me a private message? Thank you!
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I have heard positive things about SunExpress. I would greatly appreciate it if any one could share some insights into the work environment, specifically regarding the number of off days a pilot typically receives in a month in a row and the average monthly salary for an experienced Captain (737).
Done & done.

Happy landings.
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Old 29th Dec 2023, 14:33
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Originally Posted by aviatoryunzy
Hello. I'd like to get in touch with you. I can't private message you because I need to make 3 posts first before I can private message anyone, which I don't have. Please could you drop me a private message? Thank you!
Your inbox is full, I can't reply to you.
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Old 30th Dec 2023, 05:10
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If anyone knows better!!
I did my mollymawk recently in Antalya. I did not get the required score in Time sharing and Working memory. The plan is to re-do it again.

But I really had good control over time sharing in the exam. I thought I did really well (off course some mistakes were done). Does anyone know how they do negative markings in the real exam? And time sharing practice session instruction says instrument V and N doesn't show critical indication- both orange and green is normal indication??

Also working memory I did just few mistakes. I pressed some forbidden items. But it wasn't that many mistakes.

Anyone knows better how many mistakes I can do?
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Old 30th Dec 2023, 13:28
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you need to get at least 2200 on TS during the practice runs to get over 25, but this depends on your age as well. try to do 35+ calculations and 60s of negative critical indications. On working memory try hard to not do any errors and stay over 70.
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Old 31st Dec 2023, 19:08
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hi. i applicated as cadet and have no anykind of training about aviation. Gonna take mollymawk soon. How should i study for interview as i heard they will ask technical questions too even if i dont have licence. is there any groups for applicants that i can join?
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Old 31st Dec 2023, 19:12
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was it similar to training? especially time sharing. 6 7 digit numbers included?
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Old 1st Jan 2024, 11:02
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Originally Posted by kefserdar
hi. i applicated as cadet and have no anykind of training about aviation. Gonna take mollymawk soon. How should i study for interview as i heard they will ask technical questions too even if i dont have licence. is there any groups for applicants that i can join?
For the cadet, it's all about your true interest into aviation. What do you know in general and how much you are interested. Also it seems to be based on maths and physics or other related ideas.

So, technical questions probably not, but how many engines has a 737, maybe :-)

At least it's what I heard
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Old 3rd Jan 2024, 12:34
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what is a good score in the Memory game at home ?
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Old 3rd Jan 2024, 17:46
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+70 for the memory game and all the three tests are harder than the practice test at home.
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Old 4th Jan 2024, 21:32
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Hi, I somehow tend to get very much on "Monitoring task, seconds critical indication" on mollymawk time sharing. And this brings my score down by much.
Any tips on this?
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Old 8th Jan 2024, 10:47
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can the Math&science really be a point of failure for the exam ?
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Old 9th Jan 2024, 12:17
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Hi,
HR went through my application very quickly and I'm currently preparing for the mollymawk tests. Will most likely visit Antalya next month for the assessment, wish me luck...
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Old 11th Jan 2024, 14:51
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Hi to All!
Does anyone who nearest passed Sunexpress Mollymawk give information related to questions for English, Math&Science and Aeronautic?
Should we expect totally different questions compare to Official training Mollymawk?
or they are the same like in Training Modules ?
Thank you
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Old 11th Jan 2024, 17:55
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Mollymawk

Hi !
Does anyone have information related Mollymawk Math&Science, English and Aeronautics questions? the questions totally different from Official Training Mollymawk ? Or should we expect more or less the same ?
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Old 12th Jan 2024, 09:45
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mollymawk exam day

Hi everyone !
Just few questions.

What is a good score on the spacial orientation test for the mollymawk ?

And for the mollymawk assessment day, do we need to have a formal attire or we can come wearing normal clothes ?

Is it just gonna be only the mollymawk test and then go home or do we carry on with the next steps straight after the mollymawk if positive ?

Thanks in advance !
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Old 12th Jan 2024, 20:31
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Originally Posted by Mlambin
For the cadet, it's all about your true interest into aviation. What do you know in general and how much you are interested. Also it seems to be based on maths and physics or other related ideas.

So, technical questions probably not, but how many engines has a 737, maybe :-)

At least it's what I heard
Thanks for reply
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