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CAE easyJet MPL 2020

Old 4th Feb 2020, 22:23
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Join Date: Sep 2018
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Originally Posted by Captain kangeroo View Post
It took about 2 days to confirm stage 2 date - which is tomorrow 😩 - I had the option to choose a date that suited according to availability. Will feed back on how it goes tomorrow!
Good luck, let us know how it goes!!
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Old 5th Feb 2020, 08:00
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Join Date: Apr 2014
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Hi all,
I applied for the mpl program on saturday for CAE in Milan Malpensa. Got an email saying they would have come back to me within 3 days. So far no answer. Anyone in the same situation?
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Old 5th Feb 2020, 08:36
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Originally Posted by Vixr View Post
Hi all,
I applied for the mpl program on saturday for CAE in Milan Malpensa. Got an email saying they would have come back to me within 3 days. So far no answer. Anyone in the same situation?
Yes, I applied on Friday and haven't heard anything as yet.
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Old 5th Feb 2020, 12:16
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Join Date: Jan 2020
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Hi all, ive applied to do my Stage 2 assessment next month. I was just wondering whether you are given the equations for the calculations in the maths and physics assessments or if you need to know them off by heart.
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Old 5th Feb 2020, 21:18
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Hi all. Completed stage 2 today.
Firstly, there is nothing to catch you out/no low ballers. Staff were friendly and the group of 8-10 of us who took the assessment were also a really good bunch - Iíd be delighted to be placed on a course with any or all of them.

I stuffed up the ball game as it took me a while to get to grips with the reverse axis on the joystick. All in all there was nothing unexpected and the entire assessment was done within about 3 hours or so.

if anyone wants any further info on the structure then by all means dm me for my email.

For those who sat the stage 2 today please get in touch as it would be great to chat ahead of stage 3 (though Iím pretty sure Iíve failed) For those yet to sit stage 2 - best of luck

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Old 5th Feb 2020, 21:51
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Originally Posted by matthewwebster390 View Post
Hi all, ive applied to do my Stage 2 assessment next month. I was just wondering whether you are given the equations for the calculations in the maths and physics assessments or if you need to know them off by heart.
You are given the formulas
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 06:08
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Originally Posted by Captain kangeroo View Post
Hi all. Completed stage 2 today.
Firstly, there is nothing to catch you out/no low ballers. Staff were friendly and the group of 8-10 of us who took the assessment were also a really good bunch - Iíd be delighted to be placed on a course with any or all of them.

I stuffed up the ball game as it took me a while to get to grips with the reverse axis on the joystick. All in all there was nothing unexpected and the entire assessment was done within about 3 hours or so.

if anyone wants any further info on the structure then by all means dm me for my email.

For those who sat the stage 2 today please get in touch as it would be great to chat ahead of stage 3 (though Iím pretty sure Iíve failed) For those yet to sit stage 2 - best of luck
Thanks for all the info, I think that will be appreciated by many. I have my stage 2 on Monday so fingers crossed for that. Let us know when you hear back about whether you have processed or not.
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 09:38
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Join Date: Jan 2020
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Hi all,

Do you know how long is the training with EasyJet ? Around 18 months ?

Thank you.
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 12:37
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Yes, around 18 months for the MPL route
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 12:44
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Originally Posted by Captain kangeroo View Post
Hi all. Completed stage 2 today.
Firstly, there is nothing to catch you out/no low ballers. Staff were friendly and the group of 8-10 of us who took the assessment were also a really good bunch - Iíd be delighted to be placed on a course with any or all of them.

I stuffed up the ball game as it took me a while to get to grips with the reverse axis on the joystick. All in all there was nothing unexpected and the entire assessment was done within about 3 hours or so.

if anyone wants any further info on the structure then by all means dm me for my email.

For those who sat the stage 2 today please get in touch as it would be great to chat ahead of stage 3 (though Iím pretty sure Iíve failed) For those yet to sit stage 2 - best of luck
Hi,

Thanks a lot. I sent you a PM.

Fingers crossed for you.
Dylan
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 16:31
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Join Date: Aug 2019
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Hey, I think nearly everyone would be caught out with that ball game, Ive got stage 3 in march although I'm not seeking the easyjet MPL.... you may well have your results by now?
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 16:34
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Originally Posted by Captain kangeroo View Post
Yes, around 18 months for the MPL route
thank you for the reply champion
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 16:55
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Did you guys receive a code to do your personality test before attending stage 2, or did you do it on the day?
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 20:47
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Originally Posted by Swale Smith View Post
Hey, I think nearly everyone would be caught out with that ball game, Ive got stage 3 in march although I'm not seeking the easyjet MPL.... you may well have your results by now?

thatís good to know - my ball was dancing all over the grid 😩 Iím hoping to find out within the next few days. Out of interest which programme did you apply for?
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 21:44
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Originally Posted by PilotMatt2020 View Post
Did you guys receive a code to do your personality test before attending stage 2, or did you do it on the day?
Hi!

I had mine in December, but nobody on my day received the code beforehand and everyone had the choice to do it in the sitting, or take the code home and do it after.

Hope that helps, I was a bit confused before too!
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 22:33
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Originally Posted by Swale Smith View Post
Hey, I think nearly everyone would be caught out with that ball game, Ive got stage 3 in march although I'm not seeking the easyjet MPL.... you may well have your results by now?
Hey, I've seen a few people mention a reverse axis, do people mean the twisting of the joystick or do they mean left is right and right is left?

Cheers.
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 23:11
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Hi,

Can anybody let me know if you are allowed to bring a pad and paper with you on any of the tests? And if so, which ones?

Thanks
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Old 7th Feb 2020, 06:35
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Originally Posted by JamesS1 View Post
Hi!

I had mine in December, but nobody on my day received the code beforehand and everyone had the choice to do it in the sitting, or take the code home and do it after.

Hope that helps, I was a bit confused before too!
Perfect, thanks for that.
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Old 7th Feb 2020, 08:36
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Integrated ATPL but would have considered Easyjet MP if given the chance...mind you the grade boundary for that is higher and found the ATPL level 2 hard enough to achieve LOL.... gotta redo the maths on interview day was just short of the grade :/
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Old 7th Feb 2020, 08:36
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Originally Posted by Captain kangeroo View Post
that’s good to know - my ball was dancing all over the grid 😩 I’m hoping to find out within the next few days. Out of interest which programme did you apply for?
​​​​​​Integrated ATPL but would have considered Easyjet MPL if given the chance...mind you the grade boundary for that is higher and found the ATPL level 2 hard enough to achieve so thats ruled out for now LOL.... gotta redo the maths on interview day was just short of the grade :/
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