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I was very happy with the overall experience. The Captain does a great job first thing in the morning of settling your nerves the best he can considering the circumstances. He gives you a summary of the day and the plans moving forward for Delta. Split into 2 groups. I had my HR interview in the morning. First group went at 8:30 and mine was at 10:30. I was really happy with the overall experience during the HR portion. First half was application questions and getting to know me. That was fairly straight forward. Signed certain portions of the application for accuracy and then got into the Tell me about yourself as well as a few other questions.  Second half were the TMAAT and WWYD. I only received one TMAAT and it was when I offered good customer service. I was surprised by my number of WWYD questions. But nothing I hadn’t prepared for. (view the study guide of this website).  Progresses to the point of pro standards.... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Sep 26, 2022 All previous gouge on point. Show time of 0645 and expect a long day. MMPI test was 568 T/F. Be an outgoing positive person who sees good in the world and you'll be fine. HR portion was quick with a few WWYD and... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Sep 21, 2022 Relaxed. Stress Free. Enjoyable. As mentioned in other notes this process was focused on making the applicant extremely comfortably. Have your test and Paperwork. Listen to Dorothea. Have all your paperwork. Interview was HR, Capt and FO. No surprises in questions. Very relaxed. MMPI is MMPI. Psych was easy too. Really, relax and be confident. 13/17... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Sep 21, 2022 Very relaxed environment. Showed up at 06:25, Dorothea greets you at 06:45. Have your psychological evaluation paperwork filled out & negative covid test ready. From there, you’ll go into a conference room, stand in front of your folder & lay out set 1 & 2 documents, as explained by Dorothea. From there you’ll split into groups and start either your interview of the MMPI. You’ll have opportunities for breaks to grab a bite to eat and relax after each event. Then... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Sep 21, 2022 All previous gouge is accurate. Have paperwork in correct order and in appropriate sets, do not include anything they do not ask for explicitly. Rapid fire sessions (10) at ECIC were very helpful in being fluent answering TMAAT and List questions. 14/18... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Sep 15, 2022 The process is very close to what everyone else says on here. The whole interview team do their best to make you feel at ease, truly all the stress is what you bring to it. The day starts early, 6:45, and lasts until after 2 up to 4 or 5, depending on what your individual schedule holds. HR panel interview consists of 2 pilots and an HR rep. TMAAT, application questions, a few WWYD. Very much conversational, though. MMPI is MMPI, just answer honestly. After lunch, you wait for the team to... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Sep 15, 2022 The timeline of the series of events are all accurate from previous posts. We were split into 2 groups. I had the HR TMAAT/WWYD section first for about an hour. I then had the MMPI. The MMPI was no fun because I had to use the restroom, but don't rush. Just answer honestly. Others flew through it and had to redo it. After a break/lunch, most got the CJO and spent the afternoon completing pre-employment and background type stuff, in addition to a zoom call with a shrink for about 10... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Sep 14, 2022 Everything that has been posted previously is accurate. Show at 0645, drop off documents, wait for either testing or interview. I had MMPI first and interview after lunch. The gouge questions listed here are money! Look at the difficult questions and formulate your answers. If you can do this, you will get a CJO! If you are invited, they want to hire you. We had a very diverse group of mil, regional, corporate, etc. I think the offers were 13 of 18. Out of respect of the interviewers,... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Sep 14, 2022 My interview experience was exactly as stated by previous interviewees on here. Delta sticks to their schedule it is a pretty efficient process. It was very cool getting to see the campus. It is a very long day but they have plenty of coffee for you in the waiting room. Try to get sleep the night before. As far as the interview goes just come in and be yourself. They definitely do their best to make you feel at ease. I didn’t do any other prep other than studying the study guide... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Sep 13, 2022 There are plenty of accurate gouges on here, the main thing to keep in mind is to relax! Everything you read on this site is very accurate to how things will be during the whole process. I was so impressed with the professionalism and comfortable atmosphere during the whole day. One guy didn't bring the correct paperwork and still got hired, they just got him a copy and he filled it out right there. Nobody is perfect, you are not a robot, so come, be friendly, and you will get hired! We sat... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Sep 13, 2022 Great Experience. Everything that has been written prior to this is spot on. Everyone at Delta is very friendly and welcoming. Go in have the correct paperwork requested, Relax and enjoy the day. It is worth it. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Jared C
    (Hired at Delta Air Lines)

    There were multiple type of practice questions that I was looking to practice. You gain access to real interview questions.

    Aug 31, 2022