Baltic Aviation Academy (BAA) pilot assessment preparation.

 

This interview preparation consist of:cadet selectiont

  1. Profile XT Test (Personality Test)
  2. English Test (Grammar, Vocabulary and Speaking)
  3. Computerized Aptitude Test (Cut-e)
  4. Structural Interview (Human Resource Questions)
 

This interview preparation was last updated on 2 September, 2020

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(1) Profile XT Test

Personality Test

It is impossible to prepare for such tests. Best way to answer these questions is to BE YOURSELF and BE HONEST!

Before you answer a personality questionnaire, find out about the organization and decide whether you like its culture and it’s the kind of place you will thrive in. If it is, then apply confident in that knowledge, take time over each question and answer it in a way that shows you as the ideal candidate for the role and company.

 

(2) English Test

We have three different tests that can prepare you for the english test, these are grammar, listening and verbal reasoning test.

Grammar Test

This English test measures your grammar, spelling and understanding of certain words. The test is divided into three categories..

During this test you will have 10 minutes to answer 20 questions. The questions you have to answer are fill in the gap, find the correct synonyms and be able to identify the correct spelling on certain words.

 
Listening Test

The aviation English test will test your ability to listen for basic conversation between Air Traffic Control (ATC) and flight crew. The test also include weather information and aviation broadcast that is common in daily aviation. During the test, you will hear an audio message. Then, following each audio, you will see a number of questions about what you just heard.

The Aviation English test feature a time limited test section. Each round will have 10 random, audio messages to listen to and a exact score will be calculated afterwards.

 
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 text in several tabs. You will be presented with 7 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. You can choose between 3 different levels (easy, medium and hard)

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(3) Computerized Aptitude Test (Cut-e)

Applied Numeracy

This basic test in applied mathematics screens your understanding of translation of units, the rule of three, a percentage calculation and calculation of areas and spaces. 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 20 questions, each with a detailed explanation of the answer. The test section itself consists of 16 random, time-limited questions with answers.

 
Multi-tasking Capability

A test that measures your multitasking skills.

You will be doing three things at the same time. First you must recognise which direction the triangle is pointing on the left screen. Second, you must answer the math questions on top right screen. Third, on the bottom right screen, you must check the digits and decide if the same digit is reproduced twice.

We have created a software that will simulate and prepare you for the test.

 
Spatial Orientation

This is a test to assess your spatial awareness and ability to read instruments. In other words, you need to understand the aircraft's attitude and position in physical space. You will be asked to pick the correct aircraft on the basis of the readings on the cockpit instruments

The Orientation test features a practice section with a detailed explanation of the answer. The test section features 3 different levels (easy, medium and hard). Each level will have a 10 random, time-limited questions and a exact score will be calculated afterwards.

 
Reaction Test

This test measures your reaction speed, In this test you are presented with various objects. Each time the left and right object is a pair you need to respond by clicking the equal button or the spacebar key on your computer keyboard

This test features a practice section with over 100 questions. The test section itself consists of a 2 minute time limited test.

 
Missile Test

In this test you are piloting a missile through a large tunnel. Your goal is to fly through the openings of each obstacle. If you miss an opening you will cause a collision and your flight will pause for a short moment. You more openings you pass through the faster the missile will become. You can manually adjust the speed of your flight.

This test features a practice section and a test section. The test section features 3 different levels (easy, medium and hard). A score will be presented at the end of the test.

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Monitoring Test

In this test you are presented with moving objects in different directions, your goal is to identify the number of these.

The monitoring test features a practice section. The test section features 3 different levels (easy, medium and hard). Each level will consist of 14 random, time-limited questions with answers.

 
Mechanical Reasoning Test

This test measures mechanical-technical understanding on several topics.

Each item consists of a pictorially presented mechanical situation and a simply worded question. Items require reasoning rather than special knowledge.

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Deductive Logical Thinking

This test measures your deductive reasoning ability. The concept behind deductive reasoning is to test the candidate's logical deduction problem solving ability. By processing the premises given, one has to reach a logically certain conclusion.

 
Inductive Logical Reasoning Test

You will be presented with two different tables. In both the tables, you must find the rules or relationship within a given pattern. Once you have found the rules or relationship within the given pattern you apply them to the four answer options to find the two tables that match.

 

(4) Structural Interview

Interview Questions

Few examples below:

 

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