2015 ATC Scenarios Efficiency Scores

Isenthalpic

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Apr 15, 2015
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Flight

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Mar 31, 2015
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Looks like someone thought it would be funny to skew the results...
 

JMS0812

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Jun 6, 2015
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Wow! I was wondering if that would happen, or if people would lie... Does the scenario score really make that much of a difference tho? I've heard of people getting 50/60's and crashing several planes and still getting 95-100 on the AT SAT.
 

ATCWAI

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Jan 21, 2015
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I think I did relatively well on the sample/practice scenarios before the actual parts began and I exited the planes with extra time, no procedural errors, etc but got a 68 after. Wot
 

Isenthalpic

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Apr 15, 2015
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Wow! I was wondering if that would happen, or if people would lie... Does the scenario score really make that much of a difference tho? I've heard of people getting 50/60's and crashing several planes and still getting 95-100 on the AT SAT.
They don't publish how it's weighted or even give us our overall scores anymore, so we may never know.
 

JMS0812

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ATCWAI, same here!! Mine were about mid to high sixties, the last one was about 69%.

Isenthalpic, that's very true. I'll just be happy with a Pass AND TOL, or whatever the invite to Oklahoma is. lol.
 

mikegriggs24

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Jun 4, 2015
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EXACTLY,
I exit and landed the planes and still recieved an 55%-68% every time, who got higher than 75% what did you guys do different? You think we will recieve our scores about 7-10 days after July 16?
 

JMS0812

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Jun 6, 2015
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EXACTLY,
I exit and landed the planes and still recieved an 55%-68% every time, who got higher than 75% what did you guys do different? You think we will recieve our scores about 7-10 days after July 16?

I'm curious about this also... Most people I talked to go around 60-70. One guy said he got in the 90's but who knows! I know my score was cuz some planes got too close, and at the end, I didn't land all of my planes.

From my understanding, it should be ROUGHLY around that time. However, it's only pass/fail, not a score.
 

nfingers

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Sep 8, 2012
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I scored high 80s. I found that it your score was primarily based off your efficency...... which is a little obnoxious with how it was set up
 

brucerey43

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May 22, 2015
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I scored high 50s first scenario but then scored high 70s by last one. I averaged around 5-7 errors and I think I crashed two planes total between all of the scenarios. I don't think I did great on these scenarios, but according to what it said I seemed to exceed whatever minimum they were looking for comfortably. Everything else I think I did solid on except analogies was a crapshoot and those questions on the letter factory sucked.
 

MichaelThomas

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Jan 19, 2012
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I find it a little weird that efficiency scores are so spread out this time around. Just took it and mine were: 100%, 65%, 89%, and 85%. Hopefully that helps my overall score.


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mrmcnichols

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May 30, 2015
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When I did mine I wondered how efficiency was scored so in practice 1 with three planes I crashed 1 on purpose and landed the other 2. Scenario finished with no planes on the screen and my efficiency was 100%. After that I realized I had no idea what the best strategy was for the scenarios so I merely did what I thought was right. Land planes, don't crash them, hope for the best. I think that's all you can do when you really are clueless about scoring and ranking. It was more like a glorified game with arbitrary points given.
 

VikAnis

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Apr 23, 2013
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Perhaps the program considers the number of instructions given in addition to how fast you get them to their destination.
 

jacobjq

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Feb 16, 2011
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I was also thinking that it could have something to do with how many instructions. I am interested to know how it is weighted like if someone had 100 efficiency but had 6 or 7 procedural errors or if some had 40% efficiency and 0 procedural errors. Whats better? To bad we will probably never know!
 

Flight

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Mar 31, 2015
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That actually wouldn't surprise me either. Would bring some transparency to my scores.