Posted: Fri, 04 Apr 2008 11:04 am
congrats geraldine! i'm like so jealous already. haha.
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Are you missing Home, Boyfriend or your pet??? Do try to enjoy your short stay as a stewardess, the work is short, very fast over. Don't always stay in the room and MSN or watch DVD and eat Dry Store. Visit those small towns and places where people don't usually go. During your off days do something useful, take up a hobby. PR very fellow crew is very important, if you don't do that you might have a hard time getting along with them during flight. cheer up gal.JadeiteJade wrote: right now i juz cant wait for my bond to be over!(n its like a long way to go)...nevertheless,do enjoy your training!
Abercrombie wrote: Too bad Boys and Girls can't be buddies as you will be sharing rooms and sometime even bed hahaha
Not such a bad idea; in Britain you can buy Ordanance Survey maps which will show you country footpaths alternatively try looking around the county council websites although do be aware you may find yourself in remote areas.Abercrombie wrote: Don't always stay in the room and MSN or watch DVD and eat Dry Store. Visit those small towns and places where people don't usually go.
That is awful strange and very hard to answer your question. Might be an idea to get an 'overhaul' from her own doctor and see what turns up. Would be better if it was doctor familiar with aviation but such medical personnel would probably be hard to find.isabelle85 wrote:hello people,
Need your help here. Hmm, you all know how long is the ban period if one should fail her medical and want to start all over again from 1st stage (self intro). My friend just failed her medical, and she has no idea why. She is 25 yrs old, very pretty and pass all the way till management round on 1st try. She tried asking the clinic and SIA leh, but they refused to tell her...
Heard before that someone mananged to pass their medical on 2nd try, after failing their first right?
isabelle85 wrote: She only has to undergo a ultrasound for her chest, which she is cleared for.
oh, it means that she had to undergo a ultrasound. It is quite common, out of the 5 of my friends and I who went for the medical test, 3 undergo thru the ultrasound scan, including me. The scan is to check out for lumps in the chest. But all of us cleared that. She was asked to go to a specialist, an extra step, but she did clear it as per what the specialist said.Plavt wrote:Sorry Isabelle, I don't understand this statement; you say she has failed the medical but she is cleared to go for an ultrasound for her chest?isabelle85 wrote: She only has to undergo a ultrasound for her chest, which she is cleared for.
Well glad to hear that, I am going to hazard a guess that it was the airline's personnel department that turned down the application - the same has happened to me a long time ago. Scenario: Interviewers letter after successful completion of a test to be postman: 'As I explained to you, your employment depends on information supplied to us by our doctor.' Not long after my application was turned down and after much 'huffing and puffing' and complaining I found out from the doctor she never wrote anything! That might give you an idea of the kind of nonsense that sometimes goes on and I believe it is worse in Singapore since we at least have a Freedom of Information Act passed by parliament.isabelle85 wrote:[ The scan is to check out for lumps in the chest. But all of us cleared that. She was asked to go to a specialist, an extra step, but she did clear it as per what the specialist said.
i'm in sim, finishing yr 3 this june!SummerZee wrote:Yes, i am. You too?hafiz_ wrote:summerzee, you're in sim as well?SummerZee wrote:Hi Sokeai,
Then your friend is in the last year in SIM? Or you are in the first or second year part time studies?