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Postby calvink » Mon, 25 Jun 2007 3:48 pm

Hi orangecake...

perhaps you may want to talk to the management people on their view about your studies...

...I believe some of the crew are studying and working at the same time but it would be very difficult....

You can alwiz go back to study if you can support yourself well financially....there are no limitation on the age of a person getting a degree..isnt it... :D ...

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Postby gReEnboy » Mon, 25 Jun 2007 4:41 pm

orangecake, im having my medical test a day after urs, ->thurs @ 930

ramz: m i the silent observer? silent killer sounds better.. hehe j/k seriously never thought the FI is that quick
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Postby woodstock » Mon, 25 Jun 2007 5:58 pm

Oh... Umm.. yeah.. I agree it's a difficult decision... between degree and SIA. Are u still very far away from completing your degree?

calvink has a point. U can always continue with your degree when u are done flying. Just make sure u keep your results and syllabus properly. When u are done flying and have more money to spend, you can applied for exemptions to study abroad... that would be another great experience. :)

I guess both has it's pros and cons.

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Postby orangecake » Mon, 25 Jun 2007 7:50 pm

calvink:yeah,what you said is very true.but you know..all of my frenz are continuing their degree after this..and they are asking me to continue coz it's only 1 year....some of the lecturers also asked me to continuee.. sigh!~

woodstock:only another year..so,i really dunno what to do.some say 1 year is quite short..but 1 year for me is quite long.there's so many experience i can gain during 1 year...so im really confused now.. ](*,)

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Postby RaMz » Mon, 25 Jun 2007 8:09 pm

aiyark..dun worry laa...studying can be done anytime if you want to..
save up $$$ first la, then go do whatever you want..haha

congrats greenboy & orangecake =)

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Postby 12345 » Tue, 26 Jun 2007 12:25 am

orangecake wrote:calvink:yeah,what you said is very true.but you know..all of my frenz are continuing their degree after this..and they are asking me to continue coz it's only 1 year....some of the lecturers also asked me to continuee.. sigh!~

woodstock:only another year..so,i really dunno what to do.some say 1 year is quite short..but 1 year for me is quite long.there's so many experience i can gain during 1 year...so im really confused now.. ](*,)


Well, i would also suggest that u take up this job first. It's a very good opportunity and i believe it's also sumthing u love doing. Coz this opportunity may never come again for u...as opposed to getting ur degree, u can go back anytime u wish to!

I've a classmate in uni...she's also an ex-SIA girl. Flew for 2 years then only continue to pursue her degree. So it's really not a prob if u choose to fly first...besides, i believe u r still young anyways. Plus, having worked for SIA as a cabin crew would add much colour to ur resume as well, esp when u r in hospitality line! So, think about it :)

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Postby 12345 » Tue, 26 Jun 2007 12:26 am

gReEnboy wrote:orangecake, im having my medical test a day after urs, ->thurs @ 930

ramz: m i the silent observer? silent killer sounds better.. hehe j/k seriously never thought the FI is that quick


Oh, 4got to ask...how was the passing rate for the guys? :)

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Postby RaMz » Tue, 26 Jun 2007 12:29 am

don't know...i was the first guy in and first guy out..haha..
i think most of them should've breezed through..

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Postby orangecake » Tue, 26 Jun 2007 2:26 pm

yeah,but sometimes i think its better to juz finish off everything at one go.but at the same time,i know it's very hard to get in if i let go of this opportunity.but anyhow,thanks a lot guyz.i really appreciate all the advise. i'll think about it and i'll let you guyz know k?
thanks again...!! :wink:


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