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Six Flags Ride Operator Interview Questions

Updated Oct 22, 2014
Updated Oct 22, 2014
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Ride Operator Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Antonio, TX
Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Antonio, TX
Application Details

I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Six Flags in June 2014.

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It was incredibly difficult to get a hold of anyone I could talk to about getting an interview. After I got through the interview I had yet more issues trying to find out when I needed to take my Discovery Classes. After I took my Discovery Classes I had more issues trying to get information as to when I was going to be trained and when my first official day of work was going to be and whether or not the two were going to coincide.

Interview Questions
  • The most difficult questions for me were the "Situation" questions. 'Say ___ were to happen. What would you do in said situation?' The reason being that I had no prior job experience so I wasn't sure what exactly the correct answer was or what I would have done in ___ situation.   Answer Question
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Easy Interview

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    Ride Operator Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Saint Louis, MO
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Saint Louis, MO
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Six Flags in February 2014.

    Interview Details

    It was a job fair, me and my friend went together. When we first got there it was a few other people there and i thought we were gonna be done in a breeze. We went to the front desk and got this clipboard and paper with a few simple questions and a few very hard math questions.. or at least they were hard to me. Anyway my friend helped me with the questions haha even thogh we weren't supposed to. We turned the paper in and they had us go into this small room and wait to be called. My friend got called first and i was so nervous with this being my very first interview ever. So then i got called after her and was taken into this giant room with almost 20-30 other kids my age and a few adults sitting getting interviewed or waiting for an interviewer. Finally my first interviewer came in and he was acting like he really did't wanna be there. He didn't even try to shake my hand. So he asked me a few simple questions. Very easy but he had no soul whatsoever. Then he left and i had a second interviewer named Patrick and he was really nice. He complimented my on my attire and tie and i gave him a compliment back. and he went on to ask me some of the same questions from the first interview plus a few new ones. which were very simple. at the end he said they would call and let me know if i got the job or not. when he said that i knew i didnt get the job. I got a pink post card type letter in the mail 2 weeks later saying i didnt get the job. but my friend got hired on the spot..

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    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

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