No pushing, no adding. I promise you'll have enough going on to not notice. Just remember, when you click on a plane, you have to do something with it. JJ's version will let you just click on another plane if you decide not to change anything. There is also a five mile rule with the wall and other planes in the actual test, trust me---it got me a few times. JJs version doesn's have that either.I noticed in the Jeremy Justice air traffic simulation that you can push and add planes. Do I need to worry about this on the actual test? Thanks
Great tips thank you. Does this 5 mile rule apply to planes near each other or just the wall? If I keep planes landing at elevation 1 and planes exiting at elevation 4 they will not crash correct?There is also a five mile rule with the wall and other planes in the actual test, trust me---it got me a few times. JJs version doesn's have that either.
Having recently taken the ATSAT, I felt I could have done much better on the test. Is is possible to retake the test or must I wait for XX months or the next PUBNAT?
I definately agree with this. This tip helped me so much . . . don't miss the easy points like these!
I just wanted to say, don't beat yourself up after the test! I live about 30 min from the test site, and I drove home crying the whole way. I felt I did horrible.
My advice, no matter how you think you are doing, keep you head on. Stay calm and collected. FINISH THE TEST!
When I got my score, I could not believe it. I have since checked 5 times to make sure I was not imagining things.