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Old 07-05-2022, 06:50 AM
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Originally Posted by MagicGoose View Post
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I received an interview invite for Delta recently. College and University transcripts are requested for the interview as per the email. The flight school, I attended was as well a college but I did not attend their college, i just did a commercial pilot program. Nevertheless they gave a GPA, based on your written exams for instruments etc. Do you need to bring a transcript in this case or it is not needed as it is not a college program such as a bachelor?





If it helps others: airlineapp completed beginning of May and intvw invite in July.



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I'd rather bring it and not need it over need it and not have it.

If obtaining the official transcripts is not possible try and reach out to the selection team and explain your situation.

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Old 07-05-2022, 06:57 AM
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Originally Posted by MagicGoose View Post
Hey guys,

I received an interview invite for Delta recently. College and University transcripts are requested for the interview as per the email. The flight school, I attended was as well a college but I did not attend their college, i just did a commercial pilot program. Nevertheless they gave a GPA, based on your written exams for instruments etc. Do you need to bring a transcript in this case or it is not needed as it is not a college program such as a bachelor?


If it helps others: airlineapp completed beginning of May and intvw invite in July.

Thanks!
If it looks/smells/feels like a transcript, then bring provide it as requested.
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Old 07-05-2022, 10:50 AM
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Originally Posted by MagicGoose View Post
Hey guys,

I received an interview invite for Delta recently. College and University transcripts are requested for the interview as per the email. The flight school, I attended was as well a college but I did not attend their college, i just did a commercial pilot program. Nevertheless they gave a GPA, based on your written exams for instruments etc. Do you need to bring a transcript in this case or it is not needed as it is not a college program such as a bachelor?


If it helps others: airlineapp completed beginning of May and intvw invite in July.

Thanks!
I found during the hiring process that attention to detail is huge. They have requested all transcripts, so if they offer a transcript, get it. Follow all of those instructions exactly. Best of luck!
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Old 07-06-2022, 12:25 PM
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Originally Posted by KDEN16R34L View Post
Good day. I am double checking my documents for SET 1 and SET 2 required for the interview.

Just want to clarify - SET 2 says the ff:

1. Pilot Certificates and FAA First Class Medical
2. ATP Certificate

does #1 refer to PPL and CPL certificates to be provided as well? or a certificate passing the ATP CTP program?
Since one is already an ATP holder and that falls under #2

Thank you in advance for the clarification.
Originally Posted by GMK35 View Post
Bring any FAA licenses you have (sounds like just the ATP for you). An example of additional is if you have a CFI (not incorporated into ATP). There is also a separate license for ground instructor and a few other ratings.

I have an interview next month and in regards to items to bring the email states "Do not staple/bind/tab any of your documents or place them in page protectors."

In the past I've used a nice professional looking black binder with dividers to present everything to interviewers. One divider for college transcripts, my military FEF, etc...I searched around on here looking the answer to this so apologize if I missed it somewhere. I mostly saw stuff about electronic logbooks
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Old 07-06-2022, 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by AR1978 View Post
I have an interview next month and in regards to items to bring the email states "Do not staple/bind/tab any of your documents or place them in page protectors."

In the past I've used a nice professional looking black binder with dividers to present everything to interviewers. One divider for college transcripts, my military FEF, etc...I searched around on here looking the answer to this so apologize if I missed it somewhere. I mostly saw stuff about electronic logbooks
The set 1 documents are taken up shortly after arriving in the morning. You'll go into a conference room and asked to place the documents face down in a particular order. With that said, a fancy document folder isn't needed and you'll just end up taking the documents out of it. As far as logbooks I saw everything while I was there. Just have originals if you have them and if you have consolidated all your time in a digital I would do a complete print out and have that as well.
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Old 07-06-2022, 12:42 PM
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Originally Posted by AR1978 View Post
I have an interview next month and in regards to items to bring the email states "Do not staple/bind/tab any of your documents or place them in page protectors."
Do exactly what you bolded.

Donít put any of those documents in anything more difficult to remove than a folder, because you will be removing the documents as the first thing you do in the morning.

Just order them in the way they said to do, and put the whole stack in a folder. Itís very easy.
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Old 07-06-2022, 05:52 PM
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Originally Posted by stoki View Post
Thanks a lot, appreciate the info and best of luck !
Does anybody know if you are able to control the speed on the real assesment (or the preps) on the complex control (missile test) part? Im practicing on airlineassesmentprep.com and some objects rotate extremely fast And I dont see any instructoons on how to control the speed. Ive done similar tests before where speed was controllable. Thanks!
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Old 07-06-2022, 06:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Benver View Post
Does anybody know if you are able to control the speed on the real assesment (or the preps) on the complex control (missile test) part? Im practicing on airlineassesmentprep.com and some objects rotate extremely fast And I dont see any instructoons on how to control the speed. Ive done similar tests before where speed was controllable. Thanks!
The real test is MUCH easier the shapes rotate once every few seconds not at 100000 RPM like on that site. Yes there is a way to speed up and slow down too
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Old 07-06-2022, 06:39 PM
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The real test is MUCH easier the shapes rotate once every few seconds not at 100000 RPM like on that site. Yes there is a way to speed up and slow down too
thanks, how do you slow it down? What keys do you use?
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Old 07-06-2022, 06:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Benver View Post
thanks, how do you slow it down? What keys do you use?
I canít remember which particular keys were used. The assessment gives detailed instructions on which keys to use. You also will be given the opportunity to preview/practice before the real thing.
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