Overall, not a bad job! It’s apparent you do have a basic understanding of ATC instructions, so you’re already far ahead of many of the controllers on TS1. Keep practicing!
I do have a few recommendations, though. Take it or leave it. I’m an IFATC apprentice right now, so I don’t know everything, but I hope what I have to offer is helpful to you.
First, I want to complement you on your R/L traffic selection. For every runway I requested to switch to, you issued traffic pattern instructions that wouldn’t interfere (when possible) with other patterns, and you never had me overfly the airport. Left traffic on 16L, right traffic on 16R, and left traffic on 25 were all great selections.
When I asked to switch to 25, I was intentionally throwing you a curveball by coming in on a perpendicular runway. It interferes with other traffic and adds a level of difficulty for the pilots, but even more so for the controller! Just be cautious with inbound and outbound aircraft. When you cleared the other jet to take off on 16R while I was on short final for 25, I almost went around but decided not to, to see how you would react. GREAT catch by cancelling 16R’s takeoff clearance. I smiled when I saw you noticed your error. Keep in mind, you are the one in control. If you think you can handle controlling perpendicular patterns, go for it, but you can always tell an aircraft “unable” if you don’t want them switching to a certain runway.
Also keep in mind (and this is something they’re super picky about on the IFATC Practical test), you should be sequencing every arriving aircraft and every aircraft in the pattern. When KE-AST took off behind me and stayed in the pattern, then when I did a touch and go and came up behind him in the pattern, tell the person second in line, “Number X, traffic to follow is on X.” In this case, I was behind him and we were both on on right downwind, so you would say, “number two, traffic to follow is on right downwind.” Give the sequence first (usually pretty soon after the plane lifts off), then give the landing clearance (usually around left downwind, but it doesn’t matter when you do it as long as you actually do it…haha). If there is only one plane in the pattern, you don’t need to sequence, just give clearance. You don’t need to wait for them to report their position if they’re remaining in the pattern. Simply sequence, then clear.
I would also be cautious with your use of “I’ll call your base.” It’s not necessary in most cases. Ask a trainer for specific uses with the ICYB command. I only bring this up because I used to overuse it, too, and I was told not to.
I think that’s really it, though. Overall, you did a great job. Just keep practicing and you’ll do great. If you have any questions, you can always ask me or a trainer. 😬
(If any IFATC members or Trainers find a mistake in my input, please correct me!)
Pleasure flying with you!