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Postby leftfoot » Fri, 17 Nov 2006 11:38 am

mictan86 wrote:
zicron wrote:
mictan86 wrote:hi zicron,

Will be going for 3rd round. dunno if the 4th and 3rd rounds would be on e same day. any idea? =)



Hey mic, when is ur 3rd round gonna be held?? I tink the gals were given another date..

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Postby fishfish » Fri, 17 Nov 2006 12:09 pm

Hello,leftfoot! r u a guy? i'm a gal anyway. So you wear tie for the interview! I was being told by my friend that the dress code should be nice formal wear but not those formal office wear.

I din go for the interview which was being held at Sheraton. I wonder if I go for the KL interview, how many days do I hv to stay there?

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fishfish wrote:Hi all who have passed the interview on last Sunday at Sheraton Hotel,
do you all mind sharing with me what were the questions being asked in every stage? What are the things I should prepare? nice formal dress code? I'm thinking of going for the KL interview!



Hey there, just go with a white top and dark bottom with a tie preferrbly cos it wuld make u look so much more presentable.. I initially didn't wana put on a tie too until I met a fren there who told me to do so.. Just bring ur relevant certs and be confident.. There is no fixed quest.. Most common quest is what u currently doin nw, hw is it relevant to SIA and why do u choose SIA.. Simple rite.. just speak wif ease and project urself and u can make it thru wifout much worries..

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Postby corines143 » Fri, 17 Nov 2006 12:15 pm

hey i am msian but can i just send in my application to sia. they said no later then 2nd december but if they have a walk in interview. must i go up there for it? i dont mind but i need ample time to go up.

can i state on my form that i am currently in spore but because i am msian citizen i am trying to apply.

pls advise!
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Postby shrapnel » Fri, 17 Nov 2006 4:27 pm

dear corines,
u'll be notify approximately 3 weeks after the deadline and the interview will be held at kl.
u must come to kl for the interview.if u pass the 1st day of the interview,perhaps the next day will be water-confi test.so it depends but during my interview,the water confi test was being conducted as mentioned.

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Postby sakiya » Fri, 17 Nov 2006 4:42 pm

hi everyone :D i am new in this forum
i need some information on SIA cabin crew recruitment. i am indonesian holding singapore pr and stay in singapore. i went to SIA last recruitment but the person in charge did not allow me to register for the interview. he said SIA do no recruit indonesian in singapore.
anyone have information about this issue?please help me. thanks.

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Postby leftfoot » Fri, 17 Nov 2006 6:13 pm

fishfish wrote:Hello,leftfoot! r u a guy? i'm a gal anyway. So you wear tie for the interview! I was being told by my friend that the dress code should be nice formal wear but not those formal office wear.

I din go for the interview which was being held at Sheraton. I wonder if I go for the KL interview, how many days do I hv to stay there?

leftfoot wrote:
fishfish wrote:Hi all who have passed the interview on last Sunday at Sheraton Hotel,
do you all mind sharing with me what were the questions being asked in every stage? What are the things I should prepare? nice formal dress code? I'm thinking of going for the KL interview!



Hey there, just go with a white top and dark bottom with a tie preferrbly cos it wuld make u look so much more presentable.. I initially didn't wana put on a tie too until I met a fren there who told me to do so.. Just bring ur relevant certs and be confident.. There is no fixed quest.. Most common quest is what u currently doin nw, hw is it relevant to SIA and why do u choose SIA.. Simple rite.. just speak wif ease and project urself and u can make it thru wifout much worries..



Hey Fishy, u r sporean or m'sian?? If u are a sporean den why don't u try to send in ur application or write in to SIA which is easier cos i have a classmate and she got into SIA not thru walk-in.. BTW yea am a guy here.. Anyway wad's the difference of wearin formal wear and office wear?? ain't them the same?? Few guys even wore blazer.. wonder if they went thru, good for them if they did otherwise it would have been wasted by wearin so too nicely..

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Postby blizz1209 » Fri, 17 Nov 2006 8:10 pm

boh tong wrote:Hi Blizz, Congrats! Don't worry too much. Bring yourself and dress nicely ok? If you are a guy,put on a tie...long sleeve shirt. No jeans or denim materials are allowed. Don't talk too much,just be nice,pleasant and humble. Greet everyone when you meet them,even the cleaning women. Guys are not allowed to wear earrings. Get rid of your tatoos especially those visible ones.
There will be a lot of form fillings and stuff like that. CCE Miss Gladys Chia or one of the staff will come to your class. Stand up and greet them when they step into the classroom...well if you all forget that part of the courtesy, you may be forgiven,at least for the first day. Your main instructor ( Basic course instructor) may be Miss Foo or Mr. Raymond Leong or Mr. Thomas Chia or someone else. Remember this,be good to all your instructors especially your basic instructor because they will decide whether you stay with SIA or you go.
Band together with your batch people because you need each other's support,both mental and physical. Don't be a smart Alec unless you want a quick exit.
I will be here occasionally. If you need advice you can pm me,that includes every members here. Good Luck!


Thanks so much for the advice.
u have given me some kind of guidance, at least i don't feel extremely blur anymore.
Btw, u seem to know a lot of things in detail. U used 2b an instructor or trainer?

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Re: A PO??

Postby Seismicz » Fri, 17 Nov 2006 11:28 pm

Anyway, anyone got further that the 3rd rnd frm the august intake? For the water confidence test, is it required to wear a trunk or a pair of shorts is enuff?? Was tinking of just wearin board shorts.. Pls advice..


Hey Leftfoot,
Its alright to wear boardshorts coz tats what i wore for my swim test... though the majority of ppl will be wearing trunks... The interviewer will just ask you to raise your shorts up to see if there are any tattoos on your thigh..
Cheerios and good luck for all your interviews.. that goes to everyone else too... hope to see you all in STC soon...

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Re: A PO??

Postby Plavt » Sat, 18 Nov 2006 12:00 am

Hey Leftfoot,
... The interviewer will just ask you to raise your shorts up to see if there are any tattoos on your thigh..


What is the purpose of that when it can't be seen in uniform?......... :???:

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Re: A PO??

Postby leftfoot » Sat, 18 Nov 2006 2:49 pm

Seismicz wrote:
Anyway, anyone got further that the 3rd rnd frm the august intake? For the water confidence test, is it required to wear a trunk or a pair of shorts is enuff?? Was tinking of just wearin board shorts.. Pls advice..


Hey Leftfoot,
Its alright to wear boardshorts coz tats what i wore for my swim test... though the majority of ppl will be wearing trunks... The interviewer will just ask you to raise your shorts up to see if there are any tattoos on your thigh..
Cheerios and good luck for all your interviews.. that goes to everyone else too... hope to see you all in STC soon...



Oh, that'll be cool.. Thanks alot.. Guess I'll just wear a pair of running shorts for the jump..

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Re: A PO??

Postby fresh7up » Sat, 18 Nov 2006 7:46 pm

Plavt wrote:
Hey Leftfoot,
... The interviewer will just ask you to raise your shorts up to see if there are any tattoos on your thigh..


What is the purpose of that when it can't be seen in uniform?......... :???:


Well, one of my friends got booted out just bcos there's a tattoo at the back of his shoulder.

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Re: A PO??

Postby Plavt » Sat, 18 Nov 2006 8:25 pm

fresh7up wrote:
Well, one of my friends got booted out just bcos there's a tattoo at the back of his shoulder.


I am having great difficulty in believing this as at least one poster here (male) has a large cross tattooed on his back and he was accepted! What reason would they have to reject somebody based on something that cannot normally be seen? That is the question you have not answered.

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Postby boh tong » Sat, 18 Nov 2006 11:37 pm

Hi Blizz and all SIA cabin crew wannabes, 8-)
"Thanks so much for the advice.
u have given me some kind of guidance, at least i don't feel extremely blur anymore.
Btw, u seem to know a lot of things in detail. U used 2b an instructor or trainer?
"

To answer your question, yes I was a cabin crew executive who had flown with SIA for 35 years.

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Postby Plavt » Sat, 18 Nov 2006 11:56 pm

Boh tong will you kindly stop flaunting your blog on this website, it has already been removed from the various threads and from your profile by the admin, if you continue your account will be locked.

By the way most of what you post both here and in your blog suggests you are a mere fraud!
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Postby leonine » Sun, 19 Nov 2006 4:18 am

somehow i refuse to believe that there are actually ppl who believes in this anonymous person who has been posting abt himself and self fabricated stories. it's funny how naive and trusting ppl are towards others whom they have not known and yet taking their words for real. cos obviously if its the truth, i dont think they would share such "confidential" information so very openly & willingly at the expense of not considering the consequences which may lie ahead. :o


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