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I was apart of the PSA Cadet program, so I took a Senior Cadet interview and a Captains Review Board. Both interviews... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Nov 17, 2022 I had a virtual senior cadet interview. Started off with the basics and ice breaker. Technical side started with reading a metar and taf for a flight from Dayton to Charlotte (you’ll need takeoff and landing alternates), was asked questions regarding Altitude, speeds etc regarding SIDS, STARS and approach plates. Asked about hot spots, rotating beacon and airport reference point on an airport diagram. Ended with a congratulations and... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 16, 2022 Started with introduction and HR questions. very simple and easy questions. and total hrs and certificates. then we jumped right into metars and taf's. the meter was complicated with multiple codes for freezing rain and snow and low ceilings. the very last thing in the metar was (T0341023) learn to read this. ie 34 degrees with dew point minus 2.3 etc. then went into taf and asked if we need an alternate and what it if lost an engine on take off what we would do. ie take off alternate. know... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 09, 2022 Since I am still working towards my Instrument Rating, all I was eligible to do was the HR cadet interview. This only took about 10-15 minutes in total and was really laid back! It took place over Microsoft Teams and I was initially just asked to verify where I am in my flight training, if I failed any checkrides, and if I plan to work as an instructor at my current flight training facility. Then I was asked ice breaker questions, (view the study guide of this website).   After this I... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 09, 2022 I had a virtual senior cadet interview. Started off with the basics, tell them about yourself and then an ice breaker question. Technical side started with reading a metar and taf for a flight from Dayton to Charlotte which I was asked about takeoff and landing alternates, was asked questions regarding Altitude, speeds etc regarding SIDS, STARS and approach plates. Asked about hot spots, rotating beacon and airport reference point on an airport diagram. At the end I was offered the... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 08, 2022 The interview was very laid back, started with a few HR questions. Then we rolled right into the technical portion starting with a scenario (Dayton to Charlotte) reading a METAR and then questions,  (view the study guide of this website). Wrapped up with some questions from me and called it a... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 08, 2022 Overall Pretty laid back. The pilot I spoke to was personable and made me feel at ease. Began with a few HR questions and then moved into a few scenarios. Went over an airport diagram chart with a few scenarios and they asked questions on different symbols on the chart. Briefed an arrival and an approach plate. I was offered the job on the spot. In general Know Jepp charts and brush up on your instrument knowledge and you’ll be just... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 13, 2022 Interview starts of with giving documents they ask for my resume twice so make sure bring them. Hr portion,   And then we moved on a scenario.  They also ask why you want to be pilot and what are you picking PSA. Make sure answer deep through they will dig in. For the technical portion it starts of with reading metar and taf and then questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Then we move on airport diagram, SID, Enroute and Star charts on jeppesen make sure read... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 13, 2022 I took the senior cadet interview with PSA so I had the HR and Technical interviews. The whole process from checking in (giving them your documents, logbooks, etc) to leaving took right around an hour. The HR portion was done by two FO’s, very nice and professional. They started with a couple ice-breakers.  Then I got a few scenario based questions.  Really straight forward questions. We moved right into the technical portion which was conducted by the same two FO’s. I... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 07, 2022 This is for the PSA senior cadet interview. HR portion was around 15 minutes, with technical being around 40 minutes. Interview was pretty laid back. Read through the studyguide on this website and you'll do just fine. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 03, 2022 Interviewed for the senior cadet position. The interview gauge is accurate. HR was around 10 minutes, Technical was around 40 minutes. They focus on the jeppesen charts regarding SIDS, STARS, approaches and airport diagram. Was tested on KCLT throughout the technical portion. Also try to understand instrument regulations such as departure & destination alternate. Overall, good experience and was accepted right on the... Continue reading this interview experience

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