#### crateofthunder

##### Registered User

Take your total points earned for each flight and total mif for all the items you were graded on in that flight. Sum up all your scores and all your mifs for all completed flights. Your total score divided by your total mif will give you a numerical value somewhere over 1 (e.g.: 1.09, 1.11, 1.15, 1.19, etc...), which we will call your ratio.

Numbers from student control: 1.15 = 60 for those selecting last week

1.13 = 52 for those selecting last week

given those two pairs of numbers, you get the equation:

NSS=400*(ratio)-400

Now obviously this isn't going to be spot on, but seems to work within a few points and is the way in which student control will calculate your "projected NSS"...take it for what its worth!!