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Re: Medical Check-ups

Postby Plavt » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 6:25 pm

QiQi wrote:Hi,

I'm not too sure whether the test for singaporean and foreigner is the same.


I am not a hundred percent certain but I think foreigners are subject to AIDS tests.

The reason is that I am born with heart murmur.


This is a little difficult; you really need somebody from within the airline industry familiar with their medical requirements. My advice is write
to the airline to prevent any disappointment and wasted efforts in applying.


Plavt.



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Postby nana07 » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 7:05 pm

i finally finished reading every single page of the thread in the past 4 days.
:???:

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Postby charchar » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 10:23 pm

dilemma_nic wrote:
charchar wrote:hello dilemma_nic,

i went on sunday at 10am and i cant remember what time did i get into the first round self presentation. I only remember it only finished at abt 3.45pm :o

So during the water confidence test, we need to jump off a mock plane and swim backstroke with a life jacket right? From here, wat are they looking for? As long as i dont hesitate to jump and can swim with life jacket should be able to pass? :shock:

How long will the whole interview process be like?

Did u go for the interview last weekend?

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hmm..hello!
i finished bt the same time...u cant be charlene are U? :roll:

and yeah..we are jumping off from some mock plane..
and due to the constraint of a lifejacket, the most convenient stroke will be Backstroke..
However, it doesnt necessarily mean that u will pass if u complete the lap, skin test is conducted as well, but i do heard from batches that skin test are briefly checked...so wad is more important is...
survive well in the mocking wave pool and make sure u finish till the end of the other pool? :D

as stated in the form, the swim+psychometric test will end around one plus..



hey dilemma_nic, im charlene but you are?

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Good Job

Postby sq_boy » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 10:24 pm

nana07 wrote:i finally finished reading every single page of the thread in the past 4 days.
:???:


Hey nana07,
That's quite a feat and I salute you for doing that. It shows enthusiams and passion.


Cheers

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Postby dilemma_nic » Fri, 07 Jul 2006 12:36 am

charchar!

im nicole la... :roll:

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Postby charchar » Fri, 07 Jul 2006 2:04 am

dilemma_nic wrote:charchar!

im nicole la... :roll:



Nicole? I dont remember sorry ... you got the right charlene? :???:

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Postby dilemma_nic » Fri, 07 Jul 2006 3:17 pm

charchar,
made a mistake...sorry..
cos i knew a charlene who finishes at around 345pm too.. =)

anyway anyone knew anything abt the swim round?
will there be a skin test again since we had it during the kebaya rd?

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Postby wendy_11 » Fri, 07 Jul 2006 6:05 pm

dilemma_nic wrote:hey girls, guys,

i went for the sun interview,
i got there at 12sharp..was the last grp to be interviewed...

its really nerve racking..
luckily got thru for the few rds despite my scars and my 157 height..phew~


hey gal, so i assume tt e grp interview + one-to-one interview + kebaya round is all on e same day as e interview, in this order?
neway, do u mind me askin what kind of a scar do u have? cuz im really hoping to try out for FA in e future; but i have a small scar (2cm, tt came fr a burnt i got) on my left arm tt will nt be covered by e kebaya. its juz slight pigmentation, as in its like juz a diff color fr e rest of my arm. do u think tt'll be a prob? thx

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Re: Good Job

Postby nana07 » Fri, 07 Jul 2006 7:36 pm

sq_boy wrote:It shows enthusiams and passion.


Cheers


actually the whole thread was more entertaining than informative. :P

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Postby dilemma_nic » Sat, 08 Jul 2006 1:39 am

wendy_11 wrote:
dilemma_nic wrote:hey girls, guys,

i went for the sun interview,
i got there at 12sharp..was the last grp to be interviewed...

its really nerve racking..
luckily got thru for the few rds despite my scars and my 157 height..phew~


hey gal, so i assume tt e grp interview + one-to-one interview + kebaya round is all on e same day as e interview, in this order?
neway, do u mind me askin what kind of a scar do u have? cuz im really hoping to try out for FA in e future; but i have a small scar (2cm, tt came fr a burnt i got) on my left arm tt will nt be covered by e kebaya. its juz slight pigmentation, as in its like juz a diff color fr e rest of my arm. do u think tt'll be a prob? thx


hello wendy,
as it was a walk in interview, i believe the whole process will be much faster compared to those that need to wait for emails or fone calls. hence, explains the all 3 rds to fall on the same day...

my scar was jus a small scratch which will go off in abt 2 mths time kinda? not permanent kind..dat could be the reason she allow me also..

i aint very sure abt those burnt marks(which i think they are actually very particular about)...however should ur mark be not that obvious patch...
i believe u can still try? i mean even if u cant meet the requirements or wadsoever, at least u tried....but don feel dismayed if u don get cos of the scar la, jus treat it like an experienceee =]

but if u desperately thinks that the scar is ur obvious barrier to entry to FA, probably u can try pharmacies for treatment cream that further lightens the pigmentation? it might help...=]

wish u all the best k? :)

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SIA medical check-up

Postby QiQi » Sat, 08 Jul 2006 6:22 pm

Thanks Lolitaa and Plavt for the reply...........
:)

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Postby nana07 » Sat, 08 Jul 2006 8:29 pm

hey.. anyone has addresses of the blogs of FAs?
i remembered someone posted in this thread before but cant seem to be able to find it.

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Postby charchar » Sun, 09 Jul 2006 12:05 pm

any kind soul wanna share the experience with the water confidence and psychometric round?

dilemma_nic when you going for this round? U went already?

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Postby dilemma_nic » Sun, 09 Jul 2006 4:31 pm

charchar wrote:any kind soul wanna share the experience with the water confidence and psychometric round?

dilemma_nic when you going for this round? U went already?


hi girl,
i wanna hear so much bt the others who had their experience and the elimination rate..but response was kinda poor..

ive yet gone. mine is on the 18th...urs?

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Postby twinkling » Mon, 10 Jul 2006 12:51 am

hi, just wondering, is air stewardess a dangerous job at all? considering every kind of possible situations. thanks.


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