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    hey guys, i have been invited to an Airbus assessment in Bristol soon.

    this will be my first interview so to speak and i could do with some advice.

    they say i will be given an A level style test in maths and physic yet i am doing these actual exams over may and June.

    any previous knowledge and wisdom would be appreciated
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    How was the test?
    Im applying too.
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    (Original post by ZeeTSR)
    Hey
    How was the test?
    Im applying too.
    I applied last year for the undergrad position in Bristol. From what I can remember at the assessment centre the test was the same sort of difficultly as A-level maths and physics. Things like product and quotient rule in maths and the odd momentum or thermodynamcs in physics. Also be sure to know a little about basic aircraft structure (particularly wingboxes) and you should do well. I was offered the position but then had the offer withdrawn as I just missed the A-level grades they wanted so make sure you nail those B's in maths and physics. Good luck with the application!!
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