Becoming a pilot is not as easy as you think. According to a study by AOPA, 80% of people who start flight training do not finish. Many drop out due to a lack of ability which nearly always leads to a lack of funds as they have to keep on repeating exercises and retaking exams.
Most people don't find out if they're suited to the pilot role - until it's too late. By then, they've already wasted tens of thousands of dollars on flight training and are struggling.
These situations are easily avoidable by taking our psychometric aptitude and personality assessment combined with a virtual interview.
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PILOT ASSESSMENT + INTERVIEW
This package is a combination of the two services below but at a discounted rate.
It is the best option for aspiring pilots and offers the most comprehensive analysis of your suitability to become a pilot. The data received from the Psychometric Pilot Assessment combined with expert knowledge in the interview will provide you with the most in depth understanding on how your current strengths, weaknesses, personality, and aptitudinal skillset will hinder, or aid you during flight training.
PILOT ASSESSMENT ONLY
This Assessment is a Psychometric Aptitude Test. It will test and assess you against the key competencies required to be a successful pilot. A few areas you will be tested on include, Critical Thinking and Decision Making, Problem-Solving, Spatial Reasoning, Numerical Reasoning, Crisis Management, Process Adherence and many more areas. You will receive a document afterwards highlighting your strengths, weaknesses, areas of concern, areas to develop, and much more.
PILOT INTERVIEW ONLY
The Interview will be up to 1 Hour long and conducted via Google Video Call Skype Capt. Zino. For up to 1 hour he will be assessing your abilities, attitude, professionalism and personality - measuring it against the core competencies required to do well at flight school and become a successful professional pilot. You will be advised on areas you need to develop, and how to do so, as well as being issued a document with detailed feedback of your performance, and suitability to the role of pilot