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Friday, 25 April 2008

Maybe this could help cabin crew wanabes for Sunday's interview.


* Singapore or Malaysian citizenship
* Females who are at least 1.58m; males who are at least 1.65m in height
* At least 2 GCE ‘A’-level credits and 2 ‘O’-level credits including General Paper in the GCE ‘A’-level examination; or a Diploma from a local Polytechnic.
(Those with at least 5 GCE ‘O’-level credits, including English, and relevant working experience may also apply).
* For Malaysian qualifications, a minimum grade of B4 in English at SPM level is required for the above.
* Completed, are exempted from, or are not liable for National Service. Those in the process of completing NS may also apply.

Preference will be given to candidates who are able to speak foreign languages or are experienced in customer service.

round 1: Introduction
require to introduce yourself. Must speak with confidence

round 2:
Ht and wt to be taken in this round as well. 1 group was being checked and the other will already be dressed in kebaya waiting to be checked next. and my group was waiting for the first to finish and pass us their kebayas. there were altogether 20 odd kebayas if im not wrong. there were no sizes so u really gotta estimate which is your size. most of the kebayas that day were too long and some with faulty zips and clasps. but u really got to try to make do with it. most of them are tight and small even for the skinny girls. we were asked to bun up our hair and not only to tie them up. rubber bands were provided. you will be asked to walk up and down towards a staff and then hold a tray and back-face her. your hands will be checked as well. i had manicured fingernails when i went. some were asked to change out of their kebaya after the walk meaning they didn't pass.if u pass the walk then u will proceed to the skin check. i noticed the gals who got through the walk, they walk with a straight and upright posture with a bit and not too much of sashay. both hands should sway equally and not too much also. try to walk with a smile and elegantly. no slouching! then it's the skin check where the beautician will check your skin under 2 beams of light shining at your face. from the way i see you don't need to have flawlessly perfect skin as i do not have as well but try to maintain your skin in good condition when you go for interviews. conceal if you have to. go for facials if you have to. and please good makeup as well! you don't have to be tall and slim as i have seen those who are fleshy getting in as well. 4 out of 10 got through.

round 3:
this is also a killer round as i see more than half got ousted. i got a lady interviewer, quite young and very very nice. usually you will be asked to read a passage that is quite simple but i wasn't. i saw the passages as they were on the table though. she was basically chatting with me on myself, job experiences, family etc. all about yourself! although this is 'supposed' to be 1-1 interview but you may get 2 interviewers. can be 1 male 1 female or 2 females. i heard about the 2 female interviewers being very strict. well if u pass this they will give you a slip of paper where you will register your name for the water confidence test outside the ballroom. out of the 4 from round 2, 2 gals got through.

round 4:
management round and i have yet to go through that. it will be this coming week. was told by the staff in charge that passing rate will be about 60-70%. it is something like round 3 but this time round the staff are from management level and there will be at least 2 interviewers. just like a corporate interview i reckon. if you pass medical checkup will be on that day or the day after. then wait for a week for them to call you.

Above by a wanabe who attended previous interview.

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