Gulf Air Pilot Interview Preparation!

 

Gulf Air Pilot Interview consist of:

  1. Technical Quiz (General Aviation Questions)
  2. Psychometric Written Tests (Numerical, Verbal, Spatial Checking Tests)
  3. Personal Interview
  4. Group Exercise
  5. Simulator Assessment
 

Gulf Air pilot selection was last updated on 30 August, 2017

The information on this website has been submitted to us by candidates attending Gulf Air pilot Selection and sharing their experience with us. The information on this page should only be used for preparation purposes.
 

(1) Technical Quiz (General Aviation)

Technical Quiz:

We have a list of questions submitted to us. Few examples below:


What produces maximum glide range?

Answer: A maximum lift - drag ratio obtained by the aircraft being flown at its optimal angle of attack and corresponding minimum drag speed (VIMD).

What is Angle of Attack?

Answer: Angle of attack is the angle between the chord line of an aerofoil and the relative airflow.

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(2) Psychometric Written Tests

(Numerical, Verbal, Spatial Checking Tests)
Numerical (Math Test):

This basic test in applied mathematics screens your understanding of the basics: multiplication, division, subtraction as well as speed, distance and time calculations. By taking this test, you can assess your mathematical skills according to the very same standards used in the industry and be thoroughly prepared when applying for a job in aviation.

The math test features a practice section with over 100 questions, each with a detailed explanation of the answer. The test section itself consists of 24 random, time-limited questions with answers.

 
Verbal Reasoning:

The verbal reasoning test evaluates your ability to interpret textual information and use it to determine the truth value of certain statements. For each of the statements, you will have to decide whether it is true, false (based on the given information), or that the information does not allow you to decide either way.

For the Verbal Reasoning Test you will have to read and interpret 10 short texts. You will be presented with 4 statements relating to each text. It is your task to determine whether the statement is either true, false, or that you cannot determine the truth value on the basis of the given information. The time allotted to finish the test is 22 minutes. Your score and the correct answers will be provided at the end of test.

 
Spatial Checking (IQ) Test:

Non-verbal reasoning involves the ability to understand and analyze visual information and solve problems using visual reasoning. You will be asked to identify relationships, similarities and differences between shapes and patterns, to recognize visual sequences and to remember relationships between objects.

The Non Verbal Reasoning (IQ) Test features a practice section with 20 questions, each with a detailed visual explanation of the answer. The test section features 3 different levels (easy, medium and hard). Each level will have a 20 random, time-limited questions. At the end of the test, a score will be calculated to show each individual how many correct and wrong answers they got.

 

(3) Personal Interview

Personal Interview:

We have created a question bank based on the questions we have received from candidate’s attending the assessment and sharing their experience with us. Most of the questions are Competency based questions. Few examples below:

Please Note: We will try to guide you how to answer some of HR questions.

 

(4) Group Exercise

Group Exercise:

A group exercise is an assessed discussion exercise that involves a small group of candidates (usually 8-10 people), following a question posed by a member of a firm’s recruitment team. Few Examples Below:

 

(5) Simulator Assessment

Simulator Assessment:

You take-off, clean the aircraft up according to the flap schedule. Fly one visual circuit and a full stop landing. The weather is good, viz is good, but you have a cross wind. You are then lined up again, but this time the viz is quite crap, and you are going to get an engine failure at V1 – No it does not occur after take-off (Airborne in other words). You get the failure,,,

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Aproach Plates will be provided

 

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