Hmmm..... reef you have a point but this issue was a 'bone of contention' a little while back with some posters claiming that they were prepared to take you so long as you could reach a mark on the wall (same height as the onboard overhead lockers). Personally I don't think it will do any harm to ring them up but in the end it is up to the individual to decide.reef wrote:
I don't think anyone should call them up on such trival matters. They (Cabin crew section) are extremely busy and I dont think such questions will be entertained. Imagine the no. of call they will receive if everyone want to ask about questions that has already been clearly stated in the requirement.
have to agree with this. They might be some exceptions for education level and you might be let of because you're only shorter by one cm, but i guess you'll have to try it out and take the risk yourself. you can probably try to adjust status quo a little? lolx... but whatever it is, there's a MIN requirement to meet, so try and understand that.merliongal26 wrote:True... a little silly to ask " Is 156 ok?"
They will probably tell u " we stated 158 and above. can you read?"
lindylim wrote:have anyone u know has diploma but she/he fails O Level English got into SIA? or will they reject juz because she/he fails e english paper?
Don't talk like you know the slang. You're an Asian and please stay that way. It's such a turn of the way you put it. And get this, "you ain't gettin yo chance too if you aint keepin yo english right". You'll fail your English with this kind of English that you're learning.sQ-StEwaRd-ShazNi wrote:THIS AINT NO PLAYIN AROUND NIGGA..THIS IS WORK AND IF YOU AINT PASSIN YO ENGLISH YOU AINT GONNA GET A CHANCE FOR THE INTERVIEW BUDDY..SO ALL YALL NIGGAS WHO WANNA GET INTO SIA PLEASE PASS YOUR ENGLISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!HELLA SICK OF TELLING YOU PEOPLE THIS!!!NIGGAS AINT TRIPPEN YA'LL!!
singaporegrrl wrote:FYI, your post contains racist comments. Stop using the slang. I'd rather you stick with Singlish coz I believe that's the slang you grew up with.
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