Agreed - tbh it should be easy for anybody with pass maths and any form of mechanical aptitude.GoGoGadgetAbortLanding wrote:The first aptitude test was a pieace of p*ss lads...Anyone here who did Honours maths and Physics will ace it
i dont think passing is the problem. more down to the fact that only top 5% will go into the next round.GoGoGadgetAbortLanding wrote:The first aptitude test was a pieace of p*ss lads...Anyone here who did Honours maths and Physics will ace it
I have never studied higher level math and never studied physics and i got to the interview last time, and i found it quite easy, as they are......GoGoGadgetAbortLanding wrote:The first aptitude test was a pieace of p*ss lads...Anyone here who did Honours maths and Physics will ace it
So there's hope for you who dont have the higher level math and physics
I heard a figure of @700 would get through to the next round. Also having talked to a few other people who did the first round alot of people didnt show up!!WILCO.XMG wrote:i dont think passing is the problem. more down to the fact that only top 5% will go into the next round.
Contact the IAA - they will let you know.Vinnieb1988 wrote:It says you need a valid passport to do the aptitude test on the email i recieved . I cant find mine of course when i need it anyone no if a driving licence would be of any use or is the passport a necessity?? thanks
Thats alot so. For anyone who's done the test did they wear a suit, or just jeans and a shirt!?[/quote]Vinnieb1988 wrote:quote]
I've read figures between 4200 and 4500!!!
It seems so, but alot of people didnt turn up. At the session I was at the room was only half full, and it had been fully subscribed - not that I'am complaining, less people to compete with.
As for clothes - I wore jeans and a shirt - but saw the whole spectrum, from tracksuits to business suits!! Some people dont seem to understand smart casual!!
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Wasn't too worried about attire, with that many people they won't remember who wore a tracksuit and who put in the effort with a suit!!
For anyone going for this also think about Eurocontrol, last I checked they're constantly recruiting. They cover accomodation and transport costs (even paid for my Aircoach ticket!!!). Pay is pretty good too.
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