What is your ATC journey?

I am in the process of becoming IFATC (approved for practical) and I am wondering, what is your story with IFATC/a timeline of your journey, and what do you love about it?

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I had a very quick proces! I got into IFATC 8 days after applying. I failed my first practical but got a reduced cooldown. I love the IFATC community, you can ask anything and everything. Its also very fun to control! Hope you get on the team soon!

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I got tired of training server so I applied, I got accepted then I did the written tests, I failed the written tests more than 3 times and had to wait for 3 months to take another, I then passed the written and then it was time for the practical.

But I didn’t do it yet since and I didn’t feel like I was ready and so I was training for it with my trainer and his team, then after like 2 or 3 months of training, I decided to do the practical test.

And I passed that first try.

Now I am IFATC
And it’s very much enjoyable I recommend 👍

This process for me took months and I watched so many IFATC training videos to help pass my tests etc, It was long but worth it

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You are very commited!

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looks like we had a completely diffrent process haha

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Thank you it was worth it since I got soo tired of the training server too much chaos

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Yeah haha at least we made it

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So you took the written test, passed on the 1st try, then had a cooldown of less than a week on practical, then passed? That’s impressive, good for you!

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I woke up one day and decided to apply to IFATC. Passed the written on first attempt, went through training for about a month then passed the practical.

This video is ringing in my ears.

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Same, haha.

I’ll go now!

  1. I applied March 17th
  2. I failed the Written test March 19th.
  3. I passed the Written test April 3rd.
  4. I started training April 5th.
  5. I finished training April 18th.
  6. I took my practical May 4th and passed.

That’s it for me, yay!

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The journey isn’t over yet though haha

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I used to think it was easy since I played ATC4Real which is more for APP/DEP. So I figured that it would be just as easy and somewhat complicated as Unmatched ATC.

Hit the training server when I had a chance and then told a friend I wanted to apply and he said APPLY. I applied, failed the first test and got into the training and then I am here now. I have been so busy and doing other things so I have not had a chance to control lately.

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