Is There a Dress Code?

StuSEL

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It would really be weird if they had an FAA rep there to see who was wearing what. But seeing that it's a contractor administering the test, and the facilities themselves really have no dress code, I can't see why they would. That said -- because not much makes sense in the FAA, I'm going business casual.
 

h2laatc

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Be comfortable. My proctors were less dressed than most of the testers.
 

Isenthalpic

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I was the only one wearing shorts when I went to test. There is no dress code, and I doubt they're secretly reporting what we wore.
 
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brucerey43

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No dress code, I went business casual and I was the most well dressed one for the test by far. Its just a contractor who does the test
 

altonb2

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That's a good tip for most things, but for this test dress comfortably. There were a few people who dressed business casual and one person who dressed for an interview. Personally I wore jeans and a t-shirt because it was in the mid 90 ' all day.
 

JamesEarlJones

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That's a good tip for most things, but for this test dress comfortably. There were a few people who dressed business casual and one person who dressed for an interview. Personally I wore jeans and a t-shirt because it was in the mid 90 ' all day.

you could wear a clown suit.... go change on break... come back in as a scuba steve... go change on break.... come back in a trench coat and thong and nobody in the FAA will care... no one with any impact on your hiring will be there. they are contractors.