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clearskys
01-01-2018, 12:16 PM
I had my app with American on pilot credentials since the end of June. At that time I completed the Organizational Fit Assessment. When I logged on recently it showed that I need to redo it. Does that mean I failed the Holgan test 6 months ago? Do you get any indication if you failed or passed the assessment? or do you have to do the test every six months on pilot credentials or something like that?


Al Czervik
01-02-2018, 03:13 AM
I’m not familiar with our hiring practices but I don’t think we have the “hogan” test.

Brillo
01-02-2018, 03:38 AM
I've had my app in for about 8 or 9 months. From what I've gathered here and a few other sites/sources, they reset some proportion every once in a while. Not sure why, whether it's a glitch or they're trying to get some new data. The people who it's happened to just retook it. There's no pass/fail feedback, other than the checkmark turns green and you should be okay.


c17heavy
02-06-2018, 07:16 PM
Same with me. I had a message that said I didn’t score high enough. Like you, I don’t know if it was scored 6 mo ago, but it said I can’t retake until Apr. Oh well.

pittflyer
02-08-2018, 06:38 AM
Military guy here that had to stay in for various reasons (mostly to do with BUPERS...to put it gently,) and I took that fit assessment probably 3-4 years ago now. My app 'checkmark' is still green and I've not had to re-take it due to any amount of longevity/time away from taking it. Don't know if that helps your question, but for me, no-retake required (thus far) due to length of time.

bus52
02-08-2018, 11:00 AM
Just checked mine and it said I didn't score high enough. Can't retake until May. I'm retiring military and American said at their Veteran event last year that they won't look at your app until within 2 months of your availability date. I hit that on 1 Feb and then this showed up. Makes me think maybe they don't even look at the fit assessment until they look at your app. Just a thought.

4thgenaviator
02-08-2018, 04:11 PM
Anyone got any good advice on how to pass this thing? I know “be honest” and “it shouldn’t take more than 20-30 min.” But man, I seem to always over analyze these things. Any and all advice is appreciated

cskafan123
02-08-2018, 05:29 PM
Just checked mine and it said I didn't score high enough. Can't retake until May. I'm retiring military and American said at their Veteran event last year that they won't look at your app until within 2 months of your availability date. I hit that on 1 Feb and then this showed up. Makes me think maybe they don't even look at the fit assessment until they look at your app. Just a thought.

How do you check that?

1704LIFE
02-08-2018, 06:51 PM
Yeah I’ve done it twice now, with a reset in from the time. Never got a msg about scoring high OR low. Jumpseat on AA recently and the guy busted 280kts at 8k and hollered out whoops! I gotta try that, you never know what secrets in the sauce!

Out West
02-08-2018, 06:58 PM
Same question. Mine just says it’s “been completed.”

Better yet, I have a new addition to my initial page after login. “Message: Please check all sections of your profile for accuracy.“

(Then again, it may have always said that. I get confused having an app in everywhere.)

Out West
02-09-2018, 06:00 AM
Additional info to the above question: my FedEx app does not have the same message.

Anyone see the same difference?

bus52
02-09-2018, 12:08 PM
How do you check that?

It showed up under a "Message" header which was right under all the green checkmarks. I completed the app months ago and there was no message until very recently. My guess is it's related to a look at the app, but just a huge guess.

foumanchu
02-10-2018, 01:17 AM
Additional info to the above question: my FedEx app does not have the same message.

Anyone see the same difference?

I was wondering the same. Not sure if it has always been there or if it is new.

Out West
02-10-2018, 07:13 AM
It’s odd that my pilotcredentials FedEx profile is different, but not impossible I guess. It could easily be extremely wishful thinking.

I’m even more confused by people saying they have a “score” on the assessment. I’ve never seen that one.

flysooner9
02-11-2018, 08:14 AM
I also have the
"Please check all sections of your profile for accuracy."

cant remember if its always been there or not.

BlueSkies117
02-11-2018, 10:07 AM
I saw the same message even though I have not published (made visible) my profile, yet. So I don't think it flagged because someone reviewed the app. Must have been some automatic flag.

ysslah
02-11-2018, 11:42 AM
Just checked mine and it said I didn't score high enough. Can't retake until May. I'm retiring military and American said at their Veteran event last year that they won't look at your app until within 2 months of your availability date. I hit that on 1 Feb and then this showed up. Makes me think maybe they don't even look at the fit assessment until they look at your app. Just a thought.

Mine says try it again after July. So I think apps were individually looked at/evaluated

fantm11
02-11-2018, 04:35 PM
AA HR at NGPA last week said that the organizational fit assessment results would be almost instant going forward with a 6-month waiting period to re-attempt after a failure. She was unclear as to when/if those apps that were already on file would be retroactively scored. Best bet is to check your app early and often. Good luck.


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RVator6
02-14-2018, 02:50 PM
I had my app with American on pilot credentials since the end of June. At that time I completed the Organizational Fit Assessment. When I logged on recently it showed that I need to redo it. Does that mean I failed the Holgan test 6 months ago? Do you get any indication if you failed or passed the assessment? or do you have to do the test every six months on pilot credentials or something like that?

I recently looked at mine; it says I didn't score high enough and can retake March 11. I completed it originally in September (I think). It would be nice if someone here who completed it and passed could provide some intel.

Out West
02-15-2018, 03:42 PM
I recently looked at mine; it says I didn't score high enough and can retake March 11. I completed it originally in September (I think). It would be nice if someone here who completed it and passed could provide some intel.

I would love to but I still don’t understand what everyone is looking at; as in, what “score?”

The only thing showing on the fit assessment page of my app is:

“Welcome to the Organizational Fit Assessment of the Pilot Selection Process!
Organization Fit Assessment has been completed.”

That’s it. Rest of the page is blank.

ysslah
02-15-2018, 07:06 PM
I would love to but I still don’t understand what everyone is looking at; as in, what “score?”

The only thing showing on the fit assessment page of my app is:

“Welcome to the Organizational Fit Assessment of the Pilot Selection Process!
Organization Fit Assessment has been completed.”

That’s it. Rest of the page is blank.

It would be on the very first page you see when you log in. May be you did score high enough

Out West
02-15-2018, 08:32 PM
Ok - that I will assume with nothing else available. People were talking about a “score” and I just have no idea what that means. (The Hogan was also brought up but I didn’t think that was an AA process?)

RVator6
02-15-2018, 08:43 PM
Ok - that I will assume with nothing else available. People were talking about a “score” and I just have no idea what that means.

It doesn't have an actual score or number. This is what mine says, directly under the checklist with all the green check marks:

"* Message *
You have completed the Organizational Fit Assessment but unfortunately you did not score high enough to move forward in our process. Provided the application window is still open, you are eligible to retake the assessment on 11-mar-2018. Thank you for your time and interest in American Airlines."

That's what I get for trying to over-analyze every lame question....oh well.

Climb510
02-16-2018, 06:22 AM
It doesn't have an actual score or number. This is what mine says, directly under the checklist with all the green check marks:

"* Message *
You have completed the Organizational Fit Assessment but unfortunately you did not score high enough to move forward in our process. Provided the application window is still open, you are eligible to retake the assessment on 11-mar-2018. Thank you for your time and interest in American Airlines."

That's what I get for trying to over-analyze every lame question....oh well.

I made sure I stayed consistent in my answers, meaning keep the same view/opinion on issues. I took mine years ago but I do remember seeing a pattern. For example,I believe there were questions that could pertain to safety and I always choice the answer that put safety first. Try and keep all of your answers consistent. Not sure if this is the answer to passing, but it’s what I did and it worked for me. Good luck!

SinglePilot135
02-19-2018, 05:29 PM
I made sure I stayed consistent in my answers, meaning keep the same view/opinion on issues. I took mine years ago but I do remember seeing a pattern. For example,I believe there were questions that could pertain to safety and I always choice the answer that put safety first. Try and keep all of your answers consistent. Not sure if this is the answer to passing, but it’s what I did and it worked for me. Good luck!



Ace the Corporate Personality Test by Edward Hoffman. Get it and do what it says. Period.

Super
02-27-2018, 05:22 PM
I also have the
"Please check all sections of your profile for accuracy."

cant remember if its always been there or not.

I see my app has the same message, not sure how long it's been there. I went through all my pages carefully, and looks like my total time on their grid was slightly off than my total time on my resume (didn't include dual or solo time the way they want it done), wonder if this is a generic message, or if it pretains to something specific on your app.

Anyone has experience seeing these messages removed after updating your profile?

Thanks

Brillo
02-27-2018, 05:45 PM
I'm pretty sure it's standard. It's been on mine for months. Got the invite and CJO. Wouldn't sweat it if you've reviewed everything and it looks good.

Crazy Canuck
03-07-2018, 07:19 AM
I'm pretty sure it's standard. It's been on mine for months. Got the invite and CJO. Wouldn't sweat it if you've reviewed everything and it looks good.

Brillo,

Can you expand? you mean you had a message saying you didn't score high enough but got the interview invite?

I just retook it and got the same "you didn't score high enough" message. I tried to be as consistent as possible, so I gotta wonder what is a pass.

aggie02
03-07-2018, 07:31 AM
I see my app has the same message, not sure how long it's been there. I went through all my pages carefully, and looks like my total time on their grid was slightly off than my total time on my resume (didn't include dual or solo time the way they want it done), wonder if this is a generic message, or if it pretains to something specific on your app.

Anyone has experience seeing these messages removed after updating your profile?

Thanks

Brillo,

Can you expand? you mean you had a message saying you didn't score high enough but got the interview invite?

I just retook it and got the same "you didn't score high enough" message. I tried to be as consistent as possible, so I gotta wonder what is a pass.

I think Brillo's reply was in reference to the "Check you app for errors" msg, not the Fit assessment.

Brillo
03-07-2018, 08:25 AM
Correct. I was referring to the “Please check all sections of your profile for accuracy."

That’s been on my app for as long as I can remember.

RI830
03-12-2018, 11:47 AM
Mine says this....

Profile Summary
“The status of your profile is Complete
Profile last updated 12-MAR-2018 14:33:54.
Message:
Please check all sections of your profile for accuracy.”

All green check marks on all sections

On the Fit test tab
“Welcome to the Organizational Fit Assessment of the Pilot Selection Process!
Organization Fit Assessment has been completed.”

Crickets since I did the app back in September.
Figured being honest about a Letter of Warning on the “Have you ever been subject to any FAA enforcement action or investigation?” question was keeping me from a call. I would rather be honest and explain the old Letter of Warning (altitude deviation) than say no and explain later if it came up.

RI830
03-12-2018, 11:49 AM
On a separate note.

Who do you all recommend for a resume/app review?
Thanks in advance.

SrfNFly227
03-13-2018, 12:06 PM
Mine says this....

Profile Summary
“The status of your profile is Complete
Profile last updated 12-MAR-2018 14:33:54.
Message:
Please check all sections of your profile for accuracy.”

All green check marks on all sections

On the Fit test tab
“Welcome to the Organizational Fit Assessment of the Pilot Selection Process!
Organization Fit Assessment has been completed.”

Crickets since I did the app back in September.
Figured being honest about a Letter of Warning on the “Have you ever been subject to any FAA enforcement action or investigation?” question was keeping me from a call. I would rather be honest and explain the old Letter of Warning (altitude deviation) than say no and explain later if it came up.

If it makes you feel any better, my application has looked exactly like you just described since September 2013. I haven't heard a peep either.

propbandit
03-14-2018, 06:12 AM
On a separate note.

Who do you all recommend for a resume/app review?
Thanks in advance.

Checked and Set.

Mover
03-14-2018, 06:35 AM
Checked and Set.

I'd be careful with them or any interview/resume prep group. Sometimes they give bad gouged based on what other airlines want.

For example - my friend used them for AA. There's a question that says:

Have you ever been removed from flight status, voluntarily or involuntarily, or failed flight training of any type, or failed any check ride?

My friend busted two daily rides in phase 2 of UPT and they told him to check yes. That's a Delta thing. Delta has clarified that they want you to put down ANYTHING you've failed, including UPT sorties.

Failing a contact sortie in the military is not "Failed flight training of any type" and should not trigger clicking that radio button. At least not for AA since no such guidance exists.

I'm not saying app review services are bad, but I would exercise caution.

propbandit
03-14-2018, 06:47 AM
I'd be careful with them or any interview/resume prep group. Sometimes they give bad gouged based on what other airlines want.

For example - my friend used them for AA. There's a question that says:

Have you ever been removed from flight status, voluntarily or involuntarily, or failed flight training of any type, or failed any check ride?

My friend busted two daily rides in phase 2 of UPT and they told him to check yes. That's a Delta thing. Delta has clarified that they want you to put down ANYTHING you've failed, including UPT sorties.

Failing a contact sortie in the military is not "Failed flight training of any type" and should not trigger clicking that radio button. At least not for AA since no such guidance exists.

I'm not saying app review services are bad, but I would exercise caution.

^^^^^^^Exercise caution is always good. That being said:

I put in my military UPT phase checks busts for AA and it was a non-issue (did it on my own without prep from anyone else). The HR lady, who was super awesome, asked me, "So these pilot training busts are the only ones?" I said yes and she moved on to the question. It's taken me 10 times longer to type this up then it did to cover the issue during the interview.

nh2ri15
04-08-2018, 08:30 PM
Got the same message that I did not score high enough on the test. Does anyone know where people are failing the most? A friend told me a lot of the failures come from section 2 which asks about customer service type problems. Not sure if that is correct, but I'd really like to pass it the next time around...:confused:

Brillo
04-09-2018, 03:31 AM
I don't know if you'll be able to pinpoint exactly what part you didn't score high enough on. As far as the customer service scenarios go, I think each one has options that sort of run the spectrum from taking care of everything yourself to providing minimal help. I tended to pick the answers that involved as much of the team as necessary (i.e. I'd make sure the person was getting their issue resolved, but might get them to a gate agent, customer service rep, etc. as appropriate instead of me being late for a flight or something.) Don't know if that's the right way, but worked for me.

drifterf16
04-25-2018, 02:25 PM
If it makes you feel any better, my application has looked exactly like you just described since September 2013. I haven't heard a peep either.

What’s your background/experience if you don’t mind me asking? Also have you had a resume/app review?

Santini
04-26-2018, 07:46 PM
If it makes you feel any better, my application has looked exactly like you just described since September 2013. I haven't heard a peep either.


Same here. Since about 2014. I don’t get it.

RNO Flyer
05-06-2018, 02:43 PM
^^^^^^^Exercise caution is always good. That being said:

I put in my military UPT phase checks busts for AA and it was a non-issue (did it on my own without prep from anyone else). The HR lady, who was super awesome, asked me, "So these pilot training busts are the only ones?" I said yes and she moved on to the question. It's taken me 10 times longer to type this up then it did to cover the issue during the interview.

With that in mind, does AA want to know about a Q2? I think the phrasing is something like "Qualified - additional training required" or something like that. Not good, but would AA see that as a bust?

propbandit
05-06-2018, 03:49 PM
With that in mind, does AA want to know about a Q2? I think the phrasing is something like "Qualified - additional training required" or something like that. Not good, but would AA see that as a bust?

I would say no if you're referring to Question 6 in the questionairre tab on the website, "Have you ever been removed from flight status, voluntarily or involuntarily, or failed flight training of any type, or failed any check ride? ". A Q2 means you are still qualified. They may ask you about it, just be sure to have the details.

SrfNFly227
05-06-2018, 05:08 PM
What’s your background/experience if you don’t mind me asking? Also have you had a resume/app review?

I am starting to consider an app review. I've had my wife look it over and we both think it's good, but a professional would probably help at this point.

5900 total. 1000 TPIC.
5 type ratings (2 are SIC)
No check ride failures (not even a stage check)
Clean driving record
4 years 121, but I'm 91/135 now
Volunteered for 4 years with a local charity
3.85 GPA from Riddle with a business minor
Multiple academic/athletic awards while in college

I have 2 recommendations on my application. One is a current employee who I've know for years, but never flown with. The second is a retired Captain who I hired to fly with me after he turned 65. I've also known him for years.

shoelsch
05-22-2018, 08:23 AM
I am starting to consider an app review. I've had my wife look it over and we both think it's good, but a professional would probably help at this point.

5900 total. 1000 TPIC.
5 type ratings (2 are SIC)
No check ride failures (not even a stage check)
Clean driving record
4 years 121, but I'm 91/135 now
Volunteered for 4 years with a local charity
3.85 GPA from Riddle with a business minor
Multiple academic/athletic awards while in college

I have 2 recommendations on my application. One is a current employee who I've know for years, but never flown with. The second is a retired Captain who I hired to fly with me after he turned 65. I've also known him for years.

Seems competitive to me. How recent is your last full-course training program/type rating?

SrfNFly227
05-22-2018, 11:11 AM
Seems competitive to me. How recent is your last full-course training program/type rating?

June 2014 was my last initial. I work for a private family, so my next one won't be until they buy a new plane.

Blueyawnder
07-24-2018, 09:44 AM
Does anyone else have suggestions about passing this test? I also got the -did not score high enough - message. Pretty annoying since every other part of my app is very strong. I’m sure I just over thought the questions but I don’t want to fail it again. For those of you who beat it, did you answer any of the questions with the most extreme (one way or the other) answer?

Blueyawnder
07-24-2018, 09:51 AM
Has anyone used the Ace the Corporate Personality Test book that was mentioned on the last page?

c17heavy
07-24-2018, 01:16 PM
Has anyone used the Ace the Corporate Personality Test book that was mentioned on the last page?

I read the book and I think it helped. When I took the test the first time I didn’t take it seriously. Re-took the test after reading the book and passed...video interview a few weeks later, followed by additional info and invite to Dallas w/in a few days after that. Good luck.

CowboyPilot79
07-24-2018, 06:42 PM
I may have missed this, do they want Form 8's in addition to your IFR?

Tobes
07-25-2018, 03:35 AM
I may have missed this, do they want Form 8's in addition to your IFR?

No Form8s needed when I went through in April.

Blueyawnder
07-27-2018, 08:58 AM
I read the book and I think it helped. When I took the test the first time I didn’t take it seriously. Re-took the test after reading the book and passed...video interview a few weeks later, followed by additional info and invite to Dallas w/in a few days after that. Good luck.

Thanks a lot. From what I gathered in this thread it sounds like the right path is to be consistent with answers and go above and beyond for the customer service questions. If anyone has any other helpful hints feel free to post.

Blueyawnder
08-14-2018, 11:52 AM
Does anyone know how long it takes to find out if you didn’t pass the organizational fitness assessment?

hercengmech
08-14-2018, 08:14 PM
My experience is that you should see a green check mark next to the assessment block if you passed. A buddy failed and he got the thanks but no thanks email immediately.

Blueyawnder
08-15-2018, 08:43 AM
Okay thanks. It’s been a few days and I still have the green check mark. Not sure how long it takes them to change that to a “you did not score high enough to move forward” message. Hopefully I’m good. Thanks for the reply!

golf papa
08-18-2018, 11:50 AM
Ace the Corporate Personality Test by Edward Hoffman. Get it and do what it says. Period.

https://www.amazon.com/Corporate-Personality-Test-Edward-Hoffman/dp/0071359125

Anybody know where to get this book cheaper than $80? Seems awful expensive for what it is. My window to retake opens in a few days, and I'm feeling tapped out after interview prep classes, application reviews, new suit & ties, etc.

-- GP

thrust
08-18-2018, 01:40 PM
https://www.amazon.com/Corporate-Personality-Test-Edward-Hoffman/dp/0071359125

Anybody know where to get this book cheaper than $80? Seems awful expensive for what it is. My window to retake opens in a few days, and I'm feeling tapped out after interview prep classes, application reviews, new suit & ties, etc.

-- GP

Buy it and put it on eBay for $70 when you’re done with it?

Blueyawnder
08-19-2018, 08:08 AM
I got it on the google play store for like $10 in electronic format. I feel like it helped somewhat but the questions on the fitness test are not very similar to the books questions.

golf papa
08-19-2018, 02:27 PM
I got it on the google play store for like $10 in electronic format. I feel like it helped somewhat but the questions on the fitness test are not very similar to the books questions.

Thanks, I think I'll pass. I had a friend tell me to just focus on maximizing safety and teamwork and stay consistent in the answers, so I'll give that a whirl when my window re-opens tomorrow.

I didn't realize before that if you don't pass, your app is no-kidding shelved for 6 months even if you have Chuck Yeager, Sully Sullenberger, and the ghost of Neil Armstrong write LORs for you.

--GP

60av8tor
08-20-2018, 03:31 AM
Thanks, I think I'll pass.

--GP

I found it pretty straight forward; all the usual caveats about these things apply - be honest, watch for qualifiers - “I never”, “I always”’ etc. IMO the biggest detriment is trying to pass and thinking too much. Many questions are pretty obvious and make sense when answered honestly - eg “Im never late for school or work” of course we all have been late a time or two, or “Im never annoyed by my coworkers” of course we are all annoyed by people at times. The ones that I felt had multiple legit answers, I literally answered exactly what I would do in that scenario, not what I thought they would want me to answer; tried not to over think it, just put myself in that situation and answered what I would honestly do in that situation. I do believe it helps if you have 121 experience for some of the 121 what would you do questions.

golf papa
08-20-2018, 05:51 PM
Ok, I just completed it for the second time, I put a lot more thought into it this time with advice from the forum, thanks. :D

Not sure how long it takes show if you failed (someone else mentioned it might be almost instantaneous?), but as of 10 min ago, no dreaded "unfortunately you did not score high enough to move forward in our process" message

--GP

Down2Wire
08-20-2018, 08:40 PM
This is what an HR person told me.

If your check mark ✅ stays green for 6 months you’ve passed.

A guy/gal could have a green check mark ✅ initially and two months later it’s turns red. Not good. The system is continuously evaluating your responses to other candidates and what the ideal candidate is suppose to be like.

If someone else’s assessment comes in and they score better than your assessment; your application gets push to the bottom of the stack.

That is why you could have a green check mark ✅ today and tomorrow have a red check mark.

If one is hired off the street @ AA. Those folks have gone through a very fine filter to get there.

SrfNFly227
08-21-2018, 08:13 AM
This is what an HR person told me.

If your check mark ✅ stays green for 6 months you’ve passed.

A guy/gal could have a green check mark ✅ initially and two months later it’s turns red. Not good. The system is continuously evaluating your responses to other candidates and what the ideal candidate is suppose to be like.

If someone else’s assessment comes in and they score better than your assessment; your application gets push to the bottom of the stack.

That is why you could have a green check mark ✅ today and tomorrow have a red check mark.

If one is hired off the street @ AA. Those folks have gone through a very fine filter to get there.

5 years with a green check mark for me. Sadly still no call.

Rigoletto
08-22-2018, 09:23 AM
5 years with a green check mark for me. Sadly still no call.

same here....

wheresthefood
08-22-2018, 06:45 PM
I completed the assessment years ago and have never been asked to complete it a second. Is this normal? When I log in I have all green checks as well.

AirbusA321Pilot
08-26-2018, 03:05 PM
A year and a half for me, green check mark the entire time.

Blueyawnder
08-27-2018, 11:48 AM
This is what an HR person told me.

If your check mark ✅ stays green for 6 months you’ve passed.

A guy/gal could have a green check mark ✅ initially and two months later it’s turns red. Not good. The system is continuously evaluating your responses to other candidates and what the ideal candidate is suppose to be like.

If someone else’s assessment comes in and they score better than your assessment; your application gets push to the bottom of the stack.

That is why you could have a green check mark ✅ today and tomorrow have a red check mark.

If one is hired off the street @ AA. Those folks have gone through a very fine filter to get there.

——-
Just curious, when did you hear that from HR? It sounds like after January 2018 the pass or fail decision is made almost instantaneously (at least, the guys I know have failed it this year knew immediately). Has anyone seen otherwise this year?

wheresthefood
08-28-2018, 04:54 PM
Taken directly from the folks who hosted the virtual job fair today. Once the fit assessment is complete with a PASS you will not be required to take it again. It’s good to go for years ahead. That was probably the number one asked question today during the live chats

tankertoadau92
08-28-2018, 06:09 PM
Disregard previous post

PrettyDarnGood
09-03-2018, 11:05 AM
For those that were able to attend the vFair on the 28th.. Was the "one and done" for the OFT for passing.. or failing... or both?

I undertand if you pass it, you're good forever. But, if you fail it, is it still the 6 month waiting period?

CowboyPilot79
09-03-2018, 02:49 PM
For those that were able to attend the vFair on the 28th.. Was the "one and done" for the OFT for passing.. or failing... or both?

I undertand if you pass it, you're good forever. But, if you fail it, is it still the 6 month waiting period?My friend was in the webinar, he pasted several topic and this was one. It indicated that it is scored almost immediately and once you're good you're good, if not 6 month timeout and retry.

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Jamesthunder
10-22-2018, 01:19 PM
Oddly enough I have/had the green checkmark since passing the test, i checked in a couple weeks after passing. Now nearly 5 months later and I still have the green checkmark, but I now have a message on my profile page saying I didn't score high enough.

silver fleet
10-22-2018, 05:22 PM
Oddly enough I have/had the green checkmark since passing the test, i checked in a couple weeks after passing. Now nearly 5 months later and I still have the green checkmark, but I now have a message on my profile page saying I didn't score high enough.

Don’t feel bad- I’ve had my green check for close to 36 months....

stevieg241
10-22-2018, 06:52 PM
Don't give up hope. I applied day 1...10/1/2013 and took the assessment twice. The second time about a year or two later. Out of the blue back in Aug I received an email for a video interview, which resulted in an interview on Sept 27/28 and a job offer that day. On average I updated the app once every other month. I think they had to get through a lot of military and flow thru's. Hopefully your time is coming soon.

capture2006
02-07-2019, 07:06 PM
My experience is that you should see a green check mark next to the assessment block if you passed. A buddy failed and he got the thanks but no thanks email immediately.

So here is a question, I have the message of not scoring high enough but still have green check marks on everything?

CrewdogNC
05-05-2019, 06:36 PM
So here is a question, I have the message of not scoring high enough but still have green check marks on everything?

I got the green check mark, but with the “unfortunately you did not score high enough to move forward....” note.

This in incredibly frustrating as its the third time. Is anyone aware of good test prep gouge? I have an Emerald Coast subscription, however they are not much help with AA.

There’s another website out there called Career Takeoff, charging $799 for an American prep program which a 45 min segment on the OFA, but I cant find reviews.

JulesWinfield
05-06-2019, 03:00 AM
I got the green check mark, but with the “unfortunately you did not score high enough to move forward....” note.

This in incredibly frustrating as its the third time. Is anyone aware of good test prep gouge? I have an Emerald Coast subscription, however they are not much help with AA.

There’s another website out there called Career Takeoff, charging $799 for an American prep program which a 45 min segment on the OFA, but I cant find reviews.

Seems insane. What's your background? Try not to take a hard stance on anything and focus on the customer service areas.

Rodan
05-06-2019, 06:47 PM
Does a green check mark plus “assessment complete” equal success?