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Re: emirates open day

Postby singaporegrrl » Wed, 16 Apr 2008 1:36 pm

dicey wrote:gosh i have miss the walk in on 12April!

Anyone have any idea of their next open days?


Same old question.
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26th April Assessment 2008

Postby dadit. » Fri, 25 Apr 2008 1:43 pm

Good luck to all attending the Assessment tomorrow!

Let's try to get as many SG girls into EK as possible, shall we?

anyone has any tips to share on preparation/grooming etc?
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Re: 26th April Assessment 2008

Postby Plavt » Fri, 25 Apr 2008 4:48 pm

dadit. wrote:
Let's try to get as many SG girls into EK as possible, shall we?



What on earth for?...............


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Re: 26th April Assessment 2008

Postby aliciagloria » Fri, 25 Apr 2008 6:08 pm

Anyone went for assessment day today? Pls share how is it like........tks!
I'm going tomr...hope everything will go smoothly...=)

All the best!

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Re: 26th April Assessment 2008

Postby queenie-me » Sat, 26 Apr 2008 12:41 am

aliciagloria wrote:Anyone went for assessment day today? Pls share how is it like........tks!
I'm going tomr...hope everything will go smoothly...=)

All the best!


Can't share everything..
I only dare to say only 16 make it to FINALS out of 60.

For tomorrow, I saw there were only 8 slots left - hope there's more.

GOOD LUCK! :wink:

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Re: 26th April Assessment 2008

Postby valeberry » Sun, 27 Apr 2008 10:50 pm

queenie-me wrote:
aliciagloria wrote:Anyone went for assessment day today? Pls share how is it like........tks!
I'm going tomr...hope everything will go smoothly...=)

All the best!


Can't share everything..
I only dare to say only 16 make it to FINALS out of 60.

For tomorrow, I saw there were only 8 slots left - hope there's more.

GOOD LUCK! :wink:


Hey queenie, Congrats to you. :)

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Re: 26th April Assessment 2008

Postby dadit. » Mon, 28 Apr 2008 5:35 pm

queenie-me wrote:
aliciagloria wrote:Anyone went for assessment day today? Pls share how is it like........tks!
I'm going tomr...hope everything will go smoothly...=)

All the best!


Can't share everything..
I only dare to say only 16 make it to FINALS out of 60.

For tomorrow, I saw there were only 8 slots left - hope there's more.

GOOD LUCK! :wink:



well, on the 26th, about 17 of us made it to the finals.. out of 62, i think.

good luck for final interview, girls!
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Re: 26th April Assessment 2008

Postby dadit. » Mon, 28 Apr 2008 5:38 pm

Plavt wrote:
dadit. wrote:
Let's try to get as many SG girls into EK as possible, shall we?



What on earth for?...............


Please edit your signature line which should be one sentence or one icon (forum rules) thanks


just so that we'll have more comrades over in Dubai... isn't that a good enough reason? and by SG, i mean Singaporean, not SIA, girls..
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Re: 26th April Assessment 2008

Postby Plavt » Mon, 28 Apr 2008 5:51 pm

dadit. wrote:
just so that we'll have more comrades over in Dubai... isn't that a good enough reason? and by SG, i mean Singaporean, not SIA, girls..


I don't think so, if you choose to work abroad then you will have to accept that you are going to meet a lot of people of various nationalities and cultures. Fine for those who can cope but there are not a few who cannot, if you want Singaporean comrades then try SIA.

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Re: 26th April Assessment 2008

Postby dadit. » Mon, 28 Apr 2008 6:18 pm

Plavt wrote:
dadit. wrote:
just so that we'll have more comrades over in Dubai... isn't that a good enough reason? and by SG, i mean Singaporean, not SIA, girls..


I don't think so, if you choose to work abroad then you will have to accept that you are going to meet a lot of people of various nationalities and cultures. Fine for those who can cope but there are not a few who cannot, if you want Singaporean comrades then try SIA.


u tend to misinterpret ppl.

of course the international crew is expected, accepted, and embraced. however, having more SG girls there will definitely eradicate the alienation since we can share home recipes n speak in Singlish!

what i'm trying to say is it doesn't hurt to have more friends from home.
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Re: 26th April Assessment 2008

Postby Plavt » Mon, 28 Apr 2008 6:45 pm

dadit. wrote:
having more SG girls there will definitely eradicate the alienation since we can share home recipes n speak in Singlish!


I a not misinterpreting anybody, you have in your own post just confirmed what I said. Eradicate the alienation - wtf? You haven't even got there yet and you are assuming rejection from potential colleagues! Speak Singlish!? Oh spare me this please, who are you going to be amongst both at work and and in your leisure hours - anybody from anywhere in the street and where you live. With your views and ideas I suspect it will not be long until you are a plane home (you won't be the first), assuming you get accepted in the first place.


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Postby cutiebutie » Mon, 28 Apr 2008 7:30 pm

dadit is an island and seems to want to stay in Bukit Panjang
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Postby llentimes » Tue, 29 Apr 2008 1:18 am

quennie-me,
good luck for your final Emirates interview!
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Postby singaporegrrl » Tue, 29 Apr 2008 3:35 am

I know of someone who went home after 2 weeks of being here in Dubai. And I heard a lot of stories about Singaporean crew who didn't even give a damn when they see a fellow Singaporean crew. My ultimate closest friend is nothing like me, a Singaporean Malay. She didn't even grow up in Asia. So yeah, it's not all exciting if you find a Singaporean crew here.
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Postby queenie-me » Tue, 29 Apr 2008 10:07 pm

[quote="singaporegrrl"]I know of someone who went home after 2 weeks of being here in Dubai. [quote]

I know exactly who she is. SPOILT MY SPOT ONLY THAT WOMAN.
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To dadit., you have seen too many Singaporean here what more wanting to see a Singaporean in Dubai? :roll: - and Oh.. thanks for viewing my blog. :wink:


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