They are analyzing your reasoning and thinking capabilities, don't think you will have 'free-lunch' with SIA even though the interview format is different.dumbghost wrote:
why are we tested on such things!!??.. any related?
anyway, we r applyin for cabin crew not maths teacher.... why why why!!??!!!??!!???
Awaiting_SIA wrote:Hi people~
I just finished revising my trigonometry and binomial theorem! Kinda hard for me after so many years away from maths.
Still got the statistical parts which I need to borrow notes from my sister's friend. Anyone here know how to do hypothesis testing? I know it is the H0=Null hypothesis and H1=alternative hypothesis thingy, but I don't quite get the standard deviation part. Hope we do not have to derive the formulas.
Can someone explain the general concept of hypothesis testing please? When to use T-test and when to use Z-test? My friend said during the BA test, they gave her a scenario and two column of numbers. Then have to prove if something was true or not. I did'nt learn before le...
Still got to revise my chinese tomorrow. Going to do some 10-year series and learn some chinese spelling including some "cheng2 yu3". The meaning of "cheng2 yu3" is being tested too.
So Very Stress...
Haha Plavt,Plavt wrote:Yes of course, just trying to wind you up, I would imagine Einstein's theory of relativity is the sort of thing you learn when taking a degree in physics.Awaiting_SIA wrote: Plavt, you are kidding right? I already got alot of things to study liao le... Don't scare me.
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