Negative. When I went they made it a big deal that we all showed up early because they can’t start until everyone scheduled for the test is there. If you’re ALL early, they might let you all start early. But if it’s just you you’re gonna wait around at least until the scheduled time
I took 8 just so you know.4 and under yes. btw while youre at it, can you count how many parts you did in the differences section. i have a feeling that they also test you on how fast you can do it as well. i did around 5 parts of that while many others did more (maybe because they did it faster?). can you also read the directions in that section to see if they say its timed? thanks!
I saw somwhere (here, reddit or stuckmic) that someone talked to HR and HR said the last date was 11/22. I would just pretend the last day is the end of November. I have been super anxious about getting results and am just now feeling comfortable being surprised by the results.Word around town is that testing is over as of yesterday (friend of mine was trying to get rescheduled and they wouldn’t give him a testing date because testing is closed). Can anyone confirm or deny this? (Like is anyone scheduled/rescheduled between now and the 30th?)
It doesn’t help much to try to get this process done quicker. Hurry up and wait. You have to just take what you can get as far as how crowded a room is.
I do not believe anyone outside of HR knows how the exam is graded and they are not allowed to communicate that information.Does anyone know if the personality survey part of the exam is part of the grading?
Could be 2 months no one knows, unfortunately.I just checked usajobs. It says I have been referred. Now I wait another month to see if I get a letter, right?
Actually that’s probably the section that would be the easiest to study for and actually improve upon. Look for study material for the LSAT logical reasoning questions - the questions on the ATSA are very similar to those on the LSAT, and there are tons of books and online study guides dedicated to that.anyone know how to get better at the Word Problems section? I feel this part was the most difficult
The equations on the collisions part?I've been doing the ATCPrep and I'm only struggling badly at the equations part, not my strong suit holding all that in memory and working out the math concurrently. Anyone else have troubles with this on the ATSA? I'm hoping if I bomb this on the test and do well on everything else I can walk away with a fighting chance.
Ah, no one knows how they weigh each section, so we can’t say for sure that if you bomb one section and do well on the others, you’ll be selected. I’d definitely say to practice to an extent where you can grab the easy equations at least. Try a few ways of thinking about it to start so you can eventually do it all in your head, writing it down, using your hands to hold up fingers representing the numbers, whispering to yourself, “A = 4, A= 4, A = 4,” etc. Get creative. Find a way that works for you, but don’t give up on it.No, the equations at the part where they assign numbers to variables. Like A=1+C, C=3, B=A/ C. What is A,B,C. Or something to that effect.
I had no problem when I used it. There is a program called Bootcamp that lets you run Windows on Mac by allocating however much RAM you want to it. I’ve never done that thoughHas anyone had any success with getting ATCPrep to work on a MacBook? I spoke with the company and they said that the compatibility should be out by the end of the year but I do want to start playing around with it now before the ATSA invites come out. Wasn't sure if someone had a free workaround before I go out and spend $200 on a 2n1 Windows computer lol.