true, but it would be simpler to include the BQ for reference until you figure out which group is ideal. After it was figured out, use BQ to target those group.I get what your saying about how more people could pass the BQ. Another possibility is that they could go after a whole other type of person next time based on the BQ and then put them through the system to analyze the success of that group, because it could potentially be a couple years before they could know for sure it the BQ that just happened was truly effective or not. I could definitely see how it could be to their advantage to do something like that.
Its a forum based questionnaire (copied from the actual Questionnaire) without any background on individuals who actually took it, this is worthless......Good for shits and giggles... but worthless..You should close up soon man before you stats get infected with somebody trying to mess it up!!
Agreed, pointless. Half the people that are doing it are saying they don't even know if they put the same answers. Your wasting your time, but hey that's your prerogative.Its a forum based questionnaire (copied from the actual Questionnaire) without any background on individuals who actually took it, this is worthless......Good for shits and giggles... but worthless..
Not at all, i take these tests all the time, answer them the same...not saying the test is accurate but if your choice of answers changes based on your mood maybe you don't know your character that well? Dr Mario prescrbies Some soul searchingwhich speaks to how invalid the test is.
if you're not putting the same answers on a different day with certainty.....then the way you answered the test and the way they graded it and eliminated you is dependent on the day you took the test and your mood at the time....and not necessarily your bad-atc-personality.
maybe if you had taken it on friday instead of wednesday, and i had taken it wednesday instead of thursday....i'd have a green check and you'd have red.
is that fair?
*Clears throat* "Who cares if they're all white obviously they're the most qualified."The 60 question BQ was derived from questions posed to ATC's in the 90's who were 80+ percent male and white. By the FAA's own analysis in July 2012, they were unsure whether it was valid and the answers given by controllers 15 years ago are relevant to today's new generation.
Delta airlines just had an opening for 1,500 flight attendants. They had over 70,000 applicants yet they still reviewed each resume and made initial phone interviews to all. To say that the FAA needed the BQ to make things more manageable is a joke. They 13 out of 14 people based upon whether they're friends consider them a happy person or some other such nonsense. This is government at its worst.