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Do i pass the minimum requirement for cadet pilot?
12-13-2017, 05:41 PM
Post: #1
Hello everyone, im 19 years old this year about to turn 20 in 2018.

Currently im in my 3rd semester in diploma electronics engineering in UiTM. However, my current cgpa is lower than 3.00 and i dont think that i will ever grad with cgpa more than 3.00. For spm results i got A- in english, A- in maths and a B in physics. While looking at the minimum requirements for air asia cadet pilot i just barely passed the minimum requirement and as i said before i dont think by the time i grad in diploma i will ever get cgpa more than 3.00. When air asia open their cadet pilot programme and i apply for it do you think i can sit for the 1st stage? Does anyone knows someone with similar results with me who got into 1st stage?

Lets say i passed the 2nd stage. I have done some research however i dont think with my current knowledge i will pass the 3rd stage which is the interview. I do have a friend who has a real strong enthusiasm in aviation and he knows a lot but i do not. I am now doing more research about piloting by watching videos in youtube, playing fsx and reading this forum. Where can i learn more to become a good pilot?

I know there are so many people better than me and so much competition for cadet pilot but i read somewhere that airasia looks for someone who is neither too smart nor too dumb. Hope that you guys can help answer my questions.
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12-14-2017, 09:58 AM
Post: #2
(12-13-2017 05:41 PM)Unstoppable12 Wrote:  Hello everyone, im 19 years old this year about to turn 20 in 2018.

Currently im in my 3rd semester in diploma electronics engineering in UiTM. However, my current cgpa is lower than 3.00 and i dont think that i will ever grad with cgpa more than 3.00. For spm results i got A- in english, A- in maths and a B in physics. While looking at the minimum requirements for air asia cadet pilot i just barely passed the minimum requirement and as i said before i dont think by the time i grad in diploma i will ever get cgpa more than 3.00. When air asia open their cadet pilot programme and i apply for it do you think i can sit for the 1st stage? Does anyone knows someone with similar results with me who got into 1st stage?

Lets say i passed the 2nd stage. I have done some research however i dont think with my current knowledge i will pass the 3rd stage which is the interview. I do have a friend who has a real strong enthusiasm in aviation and he knows a lot but i do not. I am now doing more research about piloting by watching videos in youtube, playing fsx and reading this forum. Where can i learn more to become a good pilot?

I know there are so many people better than me and so much competition for cadet pilot but i read somewhere that airasia looks for someone who is neither too smart nor too dumb. Hope that you guys can help answer my questions.


You can either use your diploma or spm. Whichever meet the requirement. I also use my spm to apply even though I had a degree.

For the interview, it's good that you already started doing some research. At least you have a basic knowledge about aviation. You need to be confidence with yourself and do your best. Stop comparing yourself with others
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12-14-2017, 11:09 AM
Post: #3
(12-14-2017 09:58 AM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-13-2017 05:41 PM)Unstoppable12 Wrote:  Hello everyone, im 19 years old this year about to turn 20 in 2018.

Currently im in my 3rd semester in diploma electronics engineering in UiTM. However, my current cgpa is lower than 3.00 and i dont think that i will ever grad with cgpa more than 3.00. For spm results i got A- in english, A- in maths and a B in physics. While looking at the minimum requirements for air asia cadet pilot i just barely passed the minimum requirement and as i said before i dont think by the time i grad in diploma i will ever get cgpa more than 3.00. When air asia open their cadet pilot programme and i apply for it do you think i can sit for the 1st stage? Does anyone knows someone with similar results with me who got into 1st stage?

Lets say i passed the 2nd stage. I have done some research however i dont think with my current knowledge i will pass the 3rd stage which is the interview. I do have a friend who has a real strong enthusiasm in aviation and he knows a lot but i do not. I am now doing more research about piloting by watching videos in youtube, playing fsx and reading this forum. Where can i learn more to become a good pilot?

I know there are so many people better than me and so much competition for cadet pilot but i read somewhere that airasia looks for someone who is neither too smart nor too dumb. Hope that you guys can help answer my questions.


You can either use your diploma or spm. Whichever meet the requirement. I also use my spm to apply even though I had a degree.

For the interview, it's good that you already started doing some research. At least you have a basic knowledge about aviation. You need to be confidence with yourself and do your best. Stop comparing yourself with others


nfikri, may I ask when did you apply? Did you get into the cadetship program? I also have a degree but in science architecture, and my cgpa is 3.63. However, I did get an A+ for my maths and physics and an A for my english during my SPM. Which one do you think I should I use to apply for the cadetship program?
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12-14-2017, 12:01 PM
Post: #4
(12-14-2017 11:09 AM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 09:58 AM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-13-2017 05:41 PM)Unstoppable12 Wrote:  Hello everyone, im 19 years old this year about to turn 20 in 2018.

Currently im in my 3rd semester in diploma electronics engineering in UiTM. However, my current cgpa is lower than 3.00 and i dont think that i will ever grad with cgpa more than 3.00. For spm results i got A- in english, A- in maths and a B in physics. While looking at the minimum requirements for air asia cadet pilot i just barely passed the minimum requirement and as i said before i dont think by the time i grad in diploma i will ever get cgpa more than 3.00. When air asia open their cadet pilot programme and i apply for it do you think i can sit for the 1st stage? Does anyone knows someone with similar results with me who got into 1st stage?

Lets say i passed the 2nd stage. I have done some research however i dont think with my current knowledge i will pass the 3rd stage which is the interview. I do have a friend who has a real strong enthusiasm in aviation and he knows a lot but i do not. I am now doing more research about piloting by watching videos in youtube, playing fsx and reading this forum. Where can i learn more to become a good pilot?

I know there are so many people better than me and so much competition for cadet pilot but i read somewhere that airasia looks for someone who is neither too smart nor too dumb. Hope that you guys can help answer my questions.


You can either use your diploma or spm. Whichever meet the requirement. I also use my spm to apply even though I had a degree.

For the interview, it's good that you already started doing some research. At least you have a basic knowledge about aviation. You need to be confidence with yourself and do your best. Stop comparing yourself with others


nfikri, may I ask when did you apply? Did you get into the cadetship program? I also have a degree but in science architecture, and my cgpa is 3.63. However, I did get an A+ for my maths and physics and an A for my english during my SPM. Which one do you think I should I use to apply for the cadetship program?



I apply earlier this year. Yes, I manage to get into the program. I cannot say which one you should use, it is all up to you. It does say for degree (engineering/science related discipline). My degree in below 3.00 so that's why im using my spm. you refer the link the for the requirement for the cadetship program, but that is for 2016, don't know about 2018.

http://www.flygosh.com/2016/04/air-asia-...pilot.html
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12-14-2017, 12:10 PM
Post: #5
(12-14-2017 12:01 PM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 11:09 AM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 09:58 AM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-13-2017 05:41 PM)Unstoppable12 Wrote:  Hello everyone, im 19 years old this year about to turn 20 in 2018.

Currently im in my 3rd semester in diploma electronics engineering in UiTM. However, my current cgpa is lower than 3.00 and i dont think that i will ever grad with cgpa more than 3.00. For spm results i got A- in english, A- in maths and a B in physics. While looking at the minimum requirements for air asia cadet pilot i just barely passed the minimum requirement and as i said before i dont think by the time i grad in diploma i will ever get cgpa more than 3.00. When air asia open their cadet pilot programme and i apply for it do you think i can sit for the 1st stage? Does anyone knows someone with similar results with me who got into 1st stage?

Lets say i passed the 2nd stage. I have done some research however i dont think with my current knowledge i will pass the 3rd stage which is the interview. I do have a friend who has a real strong enthusiasm in aviation and he knows a lot but i do not. I am now doing more research about piloting by watching videos in youtube, playing fsx and reading this forum. Where can i learn more to become a good pilot?

I know there are so many people better than me and so much competition for cadet pilot but i read somewhere that airasia looks for someone who is neither too smart nor too dumb. Hope that you guys can help answer my questions.


You can either use your diploma or spm. Whichever meet the requirement. I also use my spm to apply even though I had a degree.

For the interview, it's good that you already started doing some research. At least you have a basic knowledge about aviation. You need to be confidence with yourself and do your best. Stop comparing yourself with others


nfikri, may I ask when did you apply? Did you get into the cadetship program? I also have a degree but in science architecture, and my cgpa is 3.63. However, I did get an A+ for my maths and physics and an A for my english during my SPM. Which one do you think I should I use to apply for the cadetship program?



I apply earlier this year. Yes, I manage to get into the program. I cannot say which one you should use, it is all up to you. It does say for degree (engineering/science related discipline). My degree in below 3.00 so that's why im using my spm. you refer the link the for the requirement for the cadetship program, but that is for 2016, don't know about 2018.

http://www.flygosh.com/2016/04/air-asia-...pilot.html

So basically, it's either SPM results or degree results? You can't send in both results, just to be on the safe side? Oh and btw congratulations! I'll give it a shot for the 2018 opening. Although my degree isn't really engineering or science, but I hope it's alright because we do learn physics in science architecture. Btw, have you started the cadetship program already?
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12-14-2017, 01:33 PM
Post: #6
(12-14-2017 12:10 PM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 12:01 PM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 11:09 AM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 09:58 AM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-13-2017 05:41 PM)Unstoppable12 Wrote:  Hello everyone, im 19 years old this year about to turn 20 in 2018.

Currently im in my 3rd semester in diploma electronics engineering in UiTM. However, my current cgpa is lower than 3.00 and i dont think that i will ever grad with cgpa more than 3.00. For spm results i got A- in english, A- in maths and a B in physics. While looking at the minimum requirements for air asia cadet pilot i just barely passed the minimum requirement and as i said before i dont think by the time i grad in diploma i will ever get cgpa more than 3.00. When air asia open their cadet pilot programme and i apply for it do you think i can sit for the 1st stage? Does anyone knows someone with similar results with me who got into 1st stage?

Lets say i passed the 2nd stage. I have done some research however i dont think with my current knowledge i will pass the 3rd stage which is the interview. I do have a friend who has a real strong enthusiasm in aviation and he knows a lot but i do not. I am now doing more research about piloting by watching videos in youtube, playing fsx and reading this forum. Where can i learn more to become a good pilot?

I know there are so many people better than me and so much competition for cadet pilot but i read somewhere that airasia looks for someone who is neither too smart nor too dumb. Hope that you guys can help answer my questions.


You can either use your diploma or spm. Whichever meet the requirement. I also use my spm to apply even though I had a degree.

For the interview, it's good that you already started doing some research. At least you have a basic knowledge about aviation. You need to be confidence with yourself and do your best. Stop comparing yourself with others


nfikri, may I ask when did you apply? Did you get into the cadetship program? I also have a degree but in science architecture, and my cgpa is 3.63. However, I did get an A+ for my maths and physics and an A for my english during my SPM. Which one do you think I should I use to apply for the cadetship program?



I apply earlier this year. Yes, I manage to get into the program. I cannot say which one you should use, it is all up to you. It does say for degree (engineering/science related discipline). My degree in below 3.00 so that's why im using my spm. you refer the link the for the requirement for the cadetship program, but that is for 2016, don't know about 2018.

http://www.flygosh.com/2016/04/air-asia-...pilot.html

So basically, it's either SPM results or degree results? You can't send in both results, just to be on the safe side? Oh and btw congratulations! I'll give it a shot for the 2018 opening. Although my degree isn't really engineering or science, but I hope it's alright because we do learn physics in science architecture. Btw, have you started the cadetship program already?


Not sure bout sending both, just wait until the opening. Not yet, will start May next year.
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12-14-2017, 02:55 PM
Post: #7
(12-14-2017 01:33 PM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 12:10 PM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 12:01 PM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 11:09 AM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 09:58 AM)nfikri Wrote:  You can either use your diploma or spm. Whichever meet the requirement. I also use my spm to apply even though I had a degree.

For the interview, it's good that you already started doing some research. At least you have a basic knowledge about aviation. You need to be confidence with yourself and do your best. Stop comparing yourself with others


nfikri, may I ask when did you apply? Did you get into the cadetship program? I also have a degree but in science architecture, and my cgpa is 3.63. However, I did get an A+ for my maths and physics and an A for my english during my SPM. Which one do you think I should I use to apply for the cadetship program?



I apply earlier this year. Yes, I manage to get into the program. I cannot say which one you should use, it is all up to you. It does say for degree (engineering/science related discipline). My degree in below 3.00 so that's why im using my spm. you refer the link the for the requirement for the cadetship program, but that is for 2016, don't know about 2018.

http://www.flygosh.com/2016/04/air-asia-...pilot.html

So basically, it's either SPM results or degree results? You can't send in both results, just to be on the safe side? Oh and btw congratulations! I'll give it a shot for the 2018 opening. Although my degree isn't really engineering or science, but I hope it's alright because we do learn physics in science architecture. Btw, have you started the cadetship program already?


Not sure bout sending both, just wait until the opening. Not yet, will start May next year.

Btw, what is your degree course?
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12-14-2017, 03:30 PM
Post: #8
(12-14-2017 02:55 PM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 01:33 PM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 12:10 PM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 12:01 PM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 11:09 AM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  nfikri, may I ask when did you apply? Did you get into the cadetship program? I also have a degree but in science architecture, and my cgpa is 3.63. However, I did get an A+ for my maths and physics and an A for my english during my SPM. Which one do you think I should I use to apply for the cadetship program?



I apply earlier this year. Yes, I manage to get into the program. I cannot say which one you should use, it is all up to you. It does say for degree (engineering/science related discipline). My degree in below 3.00 so that's why im using my spm. you refer the link the for the requirement for the cadetship program, but that is for 2016, don't know about 2018.

http://www.flygosh.com/2016/04/air-asia-...pilot.html

So basically, it's either SPM results or degree results? You can't send in both results, just to be on the safe side? Oh and btw congratulations! I'll give it a shot for the 2018 opening. Although my degree isn't really engineering or science, but I hope it's alright because we do learn physics in science architecture. Btw, have you started the cadetship program already?


Not sure bout sending both, just wait until the opening. Not yet, will start May next year.

Btw, what is your degree course?

mechanical engineering
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12-14-2017, 03:47 PM
Post: #9
(12-14-2017 03:30 PM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 02:55 PM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 01:33 PM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 12:10 PM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 12:01 PM)nfikri Wrote:  I apply earlier this year. Yes, I manage to get into the program. I cannot say which one you should use, it is all up to you. It does say for degree (engineering/science related discipline). My degree in below 3.00 so that's why im using my spm. you refer the link the for the requirement for the cadetship program, but that is for 2016, don't know about 2018.

http://www.flygosh.com/2016/04/air-asia-...pilot.html

So basically, it's either SPM results or degree results? You can't send in both results, just to be on the safe side? Oh and btw congratulations! I'll give it a shot for the 2018 opening. Although my degree isn't really engineering or science, but I hope it's alright because we do learn physics in science architecture. Btw, have you started the cadetship program already?


Not sure bout sending both, just wait until the opening. Not yet, will start May next year.

Btw, what is your degree course?

mechanical engineering

I see! So basically you're from the 2017 cadet opening am I right? Are all intakes in May? or there are different intakes? Do you plan on working before your intake starts?
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12-14-2017, 04:11 PM
Post: #10
(12-14-2017 03:47 PM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 03:30 PM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 02:55 PM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 01:33 PM)nfikri Wrote:  
(12-14-2017 12:10 PM)iddehlarnn Wrote:  So basically, it's either SPM results or degree results? You can't send in both results, just to be on the safe side? Oh and btw congratulations! I'll give it a shot for the 2018 opening. Although my degree isn't really engineering or science, but I hope it's alright because we do learn physics in science architecture. Btw, have you started the cadetship program already?


Not sure bout sending both, just wait until the opening. Not yet, will start May next year.

Btw, what is your degree course?

mechanical engineering

I see! So basically you're from the 2017 cadet opening am I right? Are all intakes in May? or there are different intakes? Do you plan on working before your intake starts?

Check your PM
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