Hello! Thanks for coming out again!
Looks like most of your landings were pretty decent.
I know I’ve seen you before and you offered me your own opinions on my controlling and I have concerns regarding what you’re telling me. Please be aware, the safety/attitude of your flight is not under the control of ATC. This is something you will learn if you take any flight safety-related course (any real word flight training courses, like private pilot training, will include this information in the curriculum). If you’re coming in fast and high and don’t think you will safely land on the runway, you need to tell me you’re going around. It’s not my responsibility to ensure you’re not divebombing the airport, it’s my responsibility to make sure you don’t hit other planes, structures, or terrain, to organize traffic in a manner that will allow every aircraft to land and depart safely, and to enforce rules implemented into the IF simulator. Though you approached at an unusual attitude, if you can safely land, you’re still able to land. I’m not going to send you around because you’re not on the proper glide slope. That’s on you.
I recommend you contact one of the IFATC trainers and ask for a little help with use of ATC commands. Last time you flew with me, your radio callouts were a little off, and again, you weren’t using the right calls. For instance, when you were on left downwind for runway 08L, you announced your position as right base. Please also take into consideration that, when you are remaining in the pattern, you don’t have to report your position - in fact, IFATC personnel will tell you to NEVER report your position in the pattern unless you’re following the call with “full stop.” It is ATC’s job to sequence and clear you when we have the availability and ability to do so, which I was doing for you.
Let me know if you have questions.