Saturday, October 28, 2017

Scoot is good but SIA better!

Many cabin crew wannabes have asked me about Scoot. Frankly, I am not an expert on Scoot as I've never worked with them before. However, the qualities expected of the wannabes/applicants would be about the same as SIA eg: pleasant personality, eagerness to serve etc.
Before going for that Scoot interview, you may have to consider the following:
1) The pay is much lower than that of SIA cabin crew (S$4,500 per month). For Scoot's cabin crew the monthly salary is around S$2,200.
2) Scoot crew have to share hotel rooms while SIA crew do not.
3) My suggestion is for those who does not possess the minimum educational qualification required by SIA (GCE "O" Level) and possess "N" Level with a credit in English then applying with Scoot makes more sense. If you have the educational qualification required by SIA, then you should Not try to be a cabin crew with Scoot. Why? It's because once you are with Scoot or SilkAir (both are subsidiaries of SIA) it will be extremely difficult for you to secure the flight attendant job with SIA later on. I know of only a handful of people from Scoot & SilkAir successfully joining SIA, so do consider carefully before going for the 2 airlines.
Just in case you are still adamant about getting into Scoot, the following may help you in its interview.

Below are the interview process & stages of Fly Scoot shared by one of my reader.

1. Once you are arrive at the venue, you are required to register yourself and you will be given a number and your personal file. At this stage they will also measure you height.

2. In a group of 10, each will be asked to pick an envelope, inside it will contain one word (Eg, Medicine, Rock & Roll, childhood, Iphone, Shanghai etc), then you will be given 2mins to prepare for the 2mins presentation based on the word that you get. (I think this round they want to see your confidence and how you present yourself). Those who pass will proceed to the group discussion.

3. In this group discussion, you will be divided into groups of 6 or 8. A board game will be given and you and your team mate will have to figure out how to play it. (The staff will be seating with you and observe every one), those who are successful will proceed to the next stage.

4. If you pass, you will proceed to another group discussion again. They will post more question and we are required to discuss about it as a group. (Almost same with Jetstar, they will ask for example if you are trap in a forest and you can only bring 7 thing out of 16 what will you choose, thing like, campass, map, knife, food, phone, etc,), those success will stay.

5. Next round, the staff will slightly brief you on the company profile and then followed by an English and math test, (about 20min to do each test), after that the staff will mark the test on the spot, once you fail, they will ask you to leave

6. Final round, 1-1 interview with the head of cabin crew.

7.Once it is done, finally you can go home and wait for their notice. Those who are successful, they will call and email you to do a profile test. If you pass , they will call you for a contract briefing & medical exam etc.

The stages above are not in order, as I heard that the 1st recruitment, they do English and math test first. 

Above is from

You may apply through Scoot's website here


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