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Post by fathileo » Fri, 28 Sep 2012 2:28 pm

Congrats to All who made it through the final round of the 22nd sept interview!

Need not worry, the waiting time is really nerve-wrecking.
As long as you have no medical condition, the medical review should be a breeze and soon enough you'll get the call!

Always stay close to your phone and update one another about the call.
They usually call at one shot, if not, twice.

GOOD LUCK! (:

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Post by Embrace » Fri, 28 Sep 2012 3:57 pm

Congrats! Cheers!
Embrace :)

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Post by fathileo » Sat, 29 Sep 2012 10:51 am

@ embrace

you made it through?

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Post by Shuin » Sat, 29 Sep 2012 10:51 am

wow, congrats! hopefully i'll receive my email soon too..
anyway what is covered in the email?
neuyy wrote:
Shuin wrote:
neuyy wrote:Hi guys :) anybody here got selected last Sunday?

I already did my medical in Singapore...and they haven't got back to me yet.

Any idea on how long will I have to wait?


Thanks a bunch :D
I've went for the medical already and still waiting for them to get back to me too :)
Hi there :) I just got an email awhile ago saying I've passed the medical. Hope you'll get one sooon :)

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Post by yoyobin » Sat, 29 Sep 2012 12:13 pm

Btw, is 25 years old too old to apply for SIA??

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Post by xin1993 » Sat, 29 Sep 2012 2:40 pm

yoyobin wrote:Btw, is 25 years old too old to apply for SIA??
As long as you haven't reach 30 years old, you'll have a chance. :)

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Post by xin1993 » Sat, 29 Sep 2012 2:44 pm

Is there a maximum height criteria for female? I got worried when I heard most ladies selected are just over the required height of 158cm. Should you wear heels to the interview too?

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Post by michyeo89 » Sat, 29 Sep 2012 4:59 pm

xin1993 wrote:Is there a maximum height criteria for female? I got worried when I heard most ladies selected are just over the required height of 158cm. Should you wear heels to the interview too?
Hi,
I'm 170. So not to worry! Just try your best and gd luck! ^^

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Post by xin1993 » Sat, 29 Sep 2012 6:04 pm

michyeo89 wrote:
xin1993 wrote:Is there a maximum height criteria for female? I got worried when I heard most ladies selected are just over the required height of 158cm. Should you wear heels to the interview too?
Hi,
I'm 170. So not to worry! Just try your best and gd luck! ^^
Thank you! It'll be my first time going for the recruitment this December. So excited!! ^^

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Post by neuyy » Sat, 29 Sep 2012 11:55 pm

Shuin wrote:wow, congrats! hopefully i'll receive my email soon too..
anyway what is covered in the email?
neuyy wrote:
Shuin wrote: I've went for the medical already and still waiting for them to get back to me too :)
Hi there :) I just got an email awhile ago saying I've passed the medical. Hope you'll get one sooon :)
I was asked to scan my passport (I'm a Thai). And once the MOM approved my work pass, they'll email me again about when to depart Bangkok :)

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Post by Shuin » Sun, 30 Sep 2012 1:52 am

neuyy wrote:
Shuin wrote:wow, congrats! hopefully i'll receive my email soon too..
anyway what is covered in the email?
neuyy wrote: Hi there :) I just got an email awhile ago saying I've passed the medical. Hope you'll get one sooon :)
I was asked to scan my passport (I'm a Thai). And once the MOM approved my work pass, they'll email me again about when to depart Bangkok :)
nice... do keep us update! :D

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Post by SunshineSheens » Sun, 30 Sep 2012 2:48 am

^SIA already hires foreigners for their cabin crews? All along I thought they only hire SC/PR

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Post by vasilysa » Sun, 30 Sep 2012 11:17 am

SunshineSheens wrote:^SIA already hires foreigners for their cabin crews? All along I thought they only hire SC/PR
SIA do hire foreign crew

they've japanese, korean, thai, indonesian stewardess etc.

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Post by dreamsaw » Sun, 30 Sep 2012 1:30 pm

fathileo wrote:@ dreamsaw

from what i know, you have to go for the reservist as protecting the nation comes first (:

not too sure what will happen if it disrupts your training.
for some, they already know they have reservist after the training date was given and was told that SIA have to postpone the training date after the reservist period has completed.

anyway, when will you be starting your training?
well...to be honest, i'm asking way too early as i'm still in my final year of uni and haven't applied for SIA yet. but i do intend to apply/go for interview next year and will keep trying till i get in, i suppose. i'm studying tourism & hospitality and do have experience in the service industry..

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Post by Embrace » Sun, 30 Sep 2012 5:43 pm

fathileo wrote:@ embrace

you made it through?
Nope. Didn't even try :)
Embrace :)

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