hi there...here is what i grab in a book...hope its help for the coming interview..good luck..
Preparing For An Interview
Here are a few common sense tips for candidates who have been invited to an interview for the role of cabin crew:
1) Get as much rest as possible on the night before the interview, so that you look your best and feel fresh and alert.
2) Dress smartly, and pay attention to your personal grooming - especially hair, fingernails, skin. Ensure shoes are clean, and any accessories match your outfit. Do not over-dress, or try to dress in too ‘showy’ a manner.
3) Remember to take your interview invitation, and any documentation that has been requested (passport, exam certificate, language certificate, etc.).
4) Check that you know the correct interview location, and arrive in good time (allow extra travelling time in case of delays).
5) Be prepared to be at the interview location for some time. Air cabin crew interviews may last a morning, an afternoon, or even all day. Get something to eat before you go (it can be embarrassing and distracting if your stomache is rumbling during an interview!).
6) Try to relax, and be helpful and supportive to any other candidates you meet.
7) Remember that there is a good reason behind each element in the selection process - the airline is trying to find the right people for their organisation. Be positive about the exercises and tests you are asked to undertake. Be prepared for surprises.
8) Have in mind some answers (and examples) for the different types of questions you are likely to face. However, avoid having a ‘script’, or you replies will lack spontaneity. Knowing what the role really involves will give you an insight into why certain questions are being asked, and will help you to formulate better or more appropriate replies.
9) If you know that you are likely to face a conventional style of interview, it is a really good idea to have a friend or family member do a trial interview beforehand. Even when you know how you would like to answer certain questions, it is not always easy to do it in practice (especially if you have not experienced an interview situation for some time). When questions are coming in quick succession (especially questions like “How did that make you feel?”