As for SIA, i think i was really tense up (i was the 1st one) & didnt really put my self-intro across nicely.. & (frm my personal perspective) the grp of interviewers was kind of, hmm... looked "tough". They didnt even bother to have eye contact with you... That was a very different approach compare to the previous SIA interview i went thrgh. I guess luck do plays a part too. Well i believe that different interviewer do have different style, so i guess i couldnt blame on anything except myself, for not being able to do well
As for Emirates... Wow, if you've been to both, i believe you'll be able to tell the difference between the 2 airlines' interview style. They are really good at making you comfortable so as to allow you to bring out the best of urself. Only one interviewer to 10 candidates Vs (SIA) 3 interviewers to 10 candidates. What i could say is that the gentleman (VP), he is really professional.
Questions asked by Emirates are like "Imagine you are one of the representative of United Nations, what do you think are the problems that the world is facing now." Heard from other girls, previously asked questions are like "If Singapore were to have an integrated resort, what do you think the pros & cons would be?". Sounds like beauty pageant questions right?? Haha.. I was in cold sweat when prompted the question.. After which, i found out that the interviewer, during the first round, will be evaluating more on your body language.
Hope the infomation above helps & i'll be working hard for my next round. Cheers!