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Oct or Nov 2017 Aviation Board

Triumph4life

Well-Known Member
I am having the same issue. How did you get your adjudication expedited?
I had my security manager contact the processor directly via phone call. After that they just requested an email from him explaining that my clearance was back up for review and it could take sometime due to the backlog. I later discovered that your clearance never "goes away" it falls out of scope which is what requires the new background check. Hope this helps.
 

az1_08

New Member
I had my security manager contact the processor directly via phone call. After that they just requested an email from him explaining that my clearance was back up for review and it could take sometime due to the backlog. I later discovered that your clearance never "goes away" it falls out of scope which is what requires the new background check. Hope this helps.
Got it, thank you for your help.
 
I had my security manager contact the processor directly via phone call. After that they just requested an email from him explaining that my clearance was back up for review and it could take sometime due to the backlog. I later discovered that your clearance never "goes away" it falls out of scope which is what requires the new background check. Hope this helps.
Curious: Did you retake the ATSB one or more times? If so, what was the history of your score improvement? Did this lead to your eventual acceptance?
 
I had my security manager contact the processor directly via phone call. After that they just requested an email from him explaining that my clearance was back up for review and it could take sometime due to the backlog. I later discovered that your clearance never "goes away" it falls out of scope which is what requires the new background check. Hope this helps.
 

Triumph4life

Well-Known Member
Curious: Did you retake the ATSB one or more times? If so, what was the history of your score improvement? Did this lead to your eventual acceptance?
I did. I had quite an interesting experience with my ASTB.
Being active duty I had to take the test on base, and the computers and equipment were sub-par to say the least. My first time around the controls on the joy stick didn't work so the proctor swapped the joy stick out and their "test" to see if it worked began one of the parts of the exam. I personally believe that impacted my first round of scores making them just at the cut off. I submitted my package anyway, but planned to retake the ASTB, this time studying more gouge from this site. Everything was going great the second time around and as I began the final part of the ASTB the power in the building kicked off and immediately back on. For whatever reason when the proctor logged me back in it said I had completed my test and produced a set of scores that were the same....the minimum. So finally on my 3rd and final try the stars aligned and everything went smoothly, I regularly studied the gouge floating around on this site, practiced the compass trick to the point of almost a science and when it came time for the test did well enough to make the scores which go me accepted.
 
I did. I had quite an interesting experience with my ASTB.
Being active duty I had to take the test on base, and the computers and equipment were sub-par to say the least. My first time around the controls on the joy stick didn't work so the proctor swapped the joy stick out and their "test" to see if it worked began one of the parts of the exam. I personally believe that impacted my first round of scores making them just at the cut off. I submitted my package anyway, but planned to retake the ASTB, this time studying more gouge from this site. Everything was going great the second time around and as I began the final part of the ASTB the power in the building kicked off and immediately back on. For whatever reason when the proctor logged me back in it said I had completed my test and produced a set of scores that were the same....the minimum. So finally on my 3rd and final try the stars aligned and everything went smoothly, I regularly studied the gouge floating around on this site, practiced the compass trick to the point of almost a science and when it came time for the test did well enough to make the scores which go me accepted.
Can you share your two previous scores?
 
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