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Old 30th Jul 2019, 21:24
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CAE OXFORD INTERVIEW

Hi guys, straight to the point i'm shattered. I did my stage 3 assessment at cae oxford today and i been unsuccessful for the second time. I already did a stage 2 assessment and stage 3 assesment this year and passed the stage 2 wich was the ADAPT test but failed the stage 3 (interview) than i have been given a debrief and the stuff where i should work on for my next interview. After being given the debrief and feed back i started to work hard doinbt everey day interview mock test and etc starting to use the STAR method and everything. Today i re sit my interview and feel like it went really good but came home and got a mail that i was unsuccessful and now i have to wait 1 year to re take it.

I'm so shattered feel like i have no option now and becoming a pilot (my dream since childhood) is destroyed.

I posted this thread here as you guys are always so kind and helpful and motovating feels like a family

sorry for my bad english.
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Well...the fact that you failed at ONE company (even if you failed twice) hardly means you can't be a pilot. Not in and of itself anyway, it's just their (that ONE company's) opinion. I will tell you this, though: not too many things are as important at an interview as good communication skills, so if even you yourself recognize that your English is perhaps not where it should be, maybe you should work more on that rather than on mock interviews. What you say is nowhere near as important as how good you sound saying it.
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Well...the fact that you failed at ONE company (even if you failed twice) hardly means you can't be a pilot. Not in and of itself anyway, it's just their (that ONE company's) opinion. I will tell you this, though: not too many things are as important at an interview as good communication skills, so if even you yourself recognize that your English is perhaps not where it should be, maybe you should work more on that rather than on mock interviews. What you say is nowhere near as important as how good you sound saying it.

Thankyou so much sir for the motivation and i agree with you i think the english is the part on wich i should work on.
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