I am looking at the 17/18 ones and that makes a lot of sense thank you for clarifying! so only 1 out of 3 for pilot was filled UTP last year... interesting. But now that I look at many of the other trades the numbers are matching...so that definitely confirms it.
I was just interpreting the...
I'm looking at the SIP now for log and its showing under the target internal UTPNCM column 15 positions... then it is showing 16 under "Intake-to-date" LOG utpncm. Does that mean they have already selected 16 people? Why do you say that it means 16 projected applicants?
You need to get used to breaking these into easier numbers. So when you look at 450km at a speed of 420km/h you instantly know that you are travelling for more then one hour. You now have 30km left out of 420 to see what fraction of an hour you travel additionally.
Personally the way I tackle...
Good day, thank you for this information.
Were you aiming for 10-15s per question on strictly the Time distance speed? or the fuel questions as well? If not the fuel questions as well were you doing those using mental math only? And what was your time on those?
For the successful pilot candidates who were using lumosity and timedistancespeed.info, what was your average question answer time on the time distance speed questions and what was your accuracy? Also what was your average answer time on the time distance fuel questions?
This is wrong too. You actually only need two full university credits to be eligible for UTPNCM. The requirements are as follows:
Citizenship - An applicant must be a Canadian citizen or, if a landed immigrant, meet the requirements of DAOD 5002-1.
•Component - The UTPNCM is open to members of...
Hello all just a quick question about the scoring/selection process and how it works.
I was told when I went to the UTPNCM brief that scoring was based out of 100 and top candidates win. 60 points being aptitude, 15 being personality test, and 25 being interview.
My question is... What if I...