Taken the ATSAT in 2014!!!

Fly N enjoy

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It means you passed the atsat and made the referral list to be hired. The selection committee, panel or whatever they have now will make their selections from that list.
My status changed yesterday to "your application is among those being reviewed by the office". Has anyone else received this one, and does anyone know exactly what's next.
 

tmaxx123

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so is this the "new" atsat being given, or still the old? Must be the old because from the discussions, it seems all the same stuff is on it.
 

YoandyATC-Aviator

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I studied a lot and it wasn't that easy for me. At least not as easy as people says it is !!!!! In fact, thank God I passed it, otherwise I wouldn't try it anymore. Take it seriously and study as much as you can !!! Good luck !
 

FlyAway26

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so is this the "new" atsat being given, or still the old? Must be the old because from the discussions, it seems all the same stuff is on it.
For the February bid, it was the exact same without the biographical questionnaire, which was administered before hand at time of application as a method of trimming the pool.

As far as studying goes, its not really a test one traditionally needs to study for. I got the ATCPrep and went over that once a day for about half an hour a week or two before the test and I found the test quite easy. The actual knowledge questions were very basic (probably was good that I brushed up on it though) and the practical stuff, well, you can't really study for it. You can get familiarized with it so you aren't panicking.

Overall, the hardest aspect of the test for me was pressure I put on myself. Knowing what was on the line, I put more pressure on myself than I normally do. But those breaks were helpful for dissipating that.
 

VikAnis

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For the February bid, it was the exact same without the biographical questionnaire, which was administered before hand at time of application as a method of trimming the pool.

As far as studying goes, its not really a test one traditionally needs to study for. I got the ATCPrep and went over that once a day for about half an hour a week or two before the test and I found the test quite easy. The actual knowledge questions were very basic (probably was good that I brushed up on it though) and the practical stuff, well, you can't really study for it. You can get familiarized with it so you aren't panicking.

Overall, the hardest aspect of the test for me was pressure I put on myself. Knowing what was on the line, I put more pressure on myself than I normally do. But those breaks were helpful for dissipating that.
Knowledge questions? Please explain.