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  1. Then they hand you a packet with weather (ATIS, TAF) and notams for your departure from Seattle and your arrival into Anchorage. With this they have you brief the departure and then the arrival.
  2. When do you need an alternate (part 121)?
  3. What is a SIGMET?
  4. What is the Holding speed at 10,000'?
  5. How did you deal with a difficult passenger?
  6. Tell me about a time you disagreed with a policy and how did you make a change?
  7. Tell me about a time you faced a difficult situation.
  8. Tell me about a time a captain violated an FAR or the SOP.
  9. Why do you feel you're the best candidate for the job?
  10. Computer Assessment: The first test is for multi-tasking. You are in the cockpit of an aircraft flying along a predetermined route on autopilot. It flies over way-points and other aircraft periodically fly-by. There are also lights in the cockpit that may light up and beeps you may hear during the flight. The bottom half of the screen is divided into two sections. On the left you are playing an 80s style arcade game where you have a aircraft you have to navigate through oncoming obstacles using the up/down keys. On the right is a series of problems. Math (1/2 3/8=?), which word doesn't fit among these four, which shape finishes the pattern, etc. At the end of it all you'll be asked a series of questions about the flight. How many beeps did you hear?, How many aircraft flew by?, What was the second way-point you flew over?, etc. You will do it twice and by asked how hard and how well you think you did each time. Next are five sections of various tests. Mental math, working memory, verbal (don't remember all the categories). Each test is timed and your score is affected by how much time you take.

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