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Cabin Crew Assessments

    • 18 tests |
    • 189 questions

For many people, working as cabin crew means they get to fulfil a lifelong passion for travel. But becoming a flight attendant is a competitive process that involves a lot of learning, hard work and perseverance.

As well as interviews and training sessions, you’ll be expected to complete numerous aptitude tests designed to assess your communication, numerical and problem-solving skills.

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Sample Cabin Crew Tests question Test your knowledge!

If you observe that the sequence of flight preparation steps is Boarding, Safety Demonstration, Take-off, and Beverage Service, what is the immediate step following the Safety Demonstration in this pattern?

  • Landing
  • Take-off
  • Boarding
  • Deplaning

If a service on a flight is offered every 45 minutes, and the first service is at 10:00 AM, at what time will the 5th service begin?

  • 12:00 PM
  • 12:15 PM
  • 12:45 PM
  • 12:30 PM

After reading the following announcement, identify the main purpose: 'Attention passengers, we will soon begin our in-flight entertainment. Please ensure your personal devices are in airplane mode, and headphones are used for any audio content.'

  • To inform passengers about proper luggage storage.
  • To instruct passengers on upcoming in-flight service.
  • To remind passengers about the safety features on board.
  • To prepare passengers for an emergency landing.

What is the correct spelling for the term referring to a preliminary schedule of flights?

  • Itenirery
  • Itinerary
  • Itinnery
  • Itenerary

You are responsible for responding to a passenger's concern about missing a connecting flight due to a current flight delay. What is your initial action?

  • Redirect the passenger to the in-flight entertainment.
  • Inform the passenger about the possibility of compensation.
  • Assure the passenger that such information will be available upon landing.
  • Advise the passenger to speak with ground staff after deplaning.

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Cabin Crew Tests Tips

1Practice, Practice, Practice!

They say repetition is the mother of skill, and they’re right! Make the most of Practice Aptitude Tests by going through each exam multiple times. This helps you get comfortable with the format and types of questions, decreasing anxiety and upping your game.

2Simulate the Real Thing

Create a realistic testing environment at home. That means finding a quiet spot, timing your practice, and getting into the mindset of being in an assessment center. It’s all about making the practice as real as possible to ensure you’re not thrown off on the big day.

3Understand the Why

Don’t just practice for the sake of it; seek to understand the reasoning behind each answer. This depth of understanding will help you tackle similar questions you’ve never seen before, serving you well when faced with unexpected challenges.

4Stay Calm and Focused

The ability to remain calm under pressure is key for cabin crew – and it’s just as important during your practice. Learn relaxation techniques and put them into play during study sessions, so they become second nature during the actual assessment.

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Cabin Crew Tests FAQs

Is maths needed for cabin crew?

Yes, you’ll have to complete a numerical reasoning test as part of the cabin crew recruitment process.

The test requires you to analyse data across a range of different graphs, charts and tables.

How do I prepare for a cabin crew test?

As well as researching the role you’re applying for and what it entails, it’s important to take as many practice aptitude tests as you can.

Not only will it help you to improve your speed and accuracy across the different subjects, it will also instil you with confidence and understanding of what you need to do on the day it counts.

What is a cabin crew assessment day?

If you’re successful at the aptitude test portion of the recruitment process, you’ll be invited to a cabin crew assessment day.

Here, you’ll be required to take part in a group exercise, a reach test and an interview. There may also be additional aptitude tests too.

The assessment day also gives you a chance to learn more about the airline and what the role will require of you, so it’s great to come prepared with questions.

What strengths do cabin crew need to show?

Although rewarding, being part of a cabin crew requires a lot of different strengths and skills that you’ll need to use on a daily basis.

If you’re a strong communicator, can keep calm in a crisis and have empathy for your passengers then you’re off to a great start.

It’s also essential to be a natural problem solver, flexible and able to work as part of a team.

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What our customers say about our Cabin Crew tests

  • United States of America

    October 03, 2021

    How to solve the problem

    Really haven’t taken these aptitude test before, but I love the challenge and trying something unfamiliar to solve the problems.

  • Egypt

    April 25, 2021

    Actually I want English test only

    Math test is included, but some airlines don’t require a math test

  • Thailand

    March 21, 2021

    I didn’t like maths.

    This test is very useful for the people who want to be the air hostesses, but I am too old to be. I just want to test my brain. Thank you very much.

  • India

    March 15, 2021

    Cabin crew have deep knowledge about many things

    I like the test; is tough but not more...

  • United Kingdom

    March 10, 2021

    Remember GCSE maths!!

    It give me an idea of what to expect on cabin crew tests...