Got 40 right in October. Unless they jacked up the passing score way beyond what they have customarily done, that's a pass.classicroadster wrote: ↑Mon May 01, 2017 4:37 pmHow do you know you passed? If you have not been invited to an audition, you did not pass (regardless of what your score was) and can/should take the test again. If you have auditioned in the last 18 months, you should not. That's pretty much it.John Boy wrote: ↑Mon May 01, 2017 3:00 pmI passed the online quiz in October. For me to take the quiz scheduled for the end of may would be:
a. redundant; can't hurt but can't help; or
b. prohibited; might get me booted from the pool; or
c. quite all right; nothing to be gained or lost; or
d. encouraged; passing again might help.
What do you think???
I guess I have a different definition than yours. If I reach the qualifying score but don't get invited to an audition, then I passed the test and failed the lottery.
If I have not been invited to an audition, and it's not because of not passing the test, it's either because they have sent out invitations for auditions to whatever city I would have gone to, and I wasn't among them; or they haven't yet sent out invitations to auditions in "my city."
Unlike years past I don't know what "my city" would be since they didn't ask us to choose an audition city. But I haven't seen word on this thread regarding auditions in any city in the region: Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Detroit, Chicago, Nashville, etc. So I'm holding out hope I'm still in the lottery to be chosen to go to one of those or to some other nearby city.
My question is: if that is the case, is it permitted to take the test again. From what I read in the several answers to my query, I think it may be permitted, so I'll go ahead and do it.
Thanks for all your answers.