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Trackman University - Good way to test your radar knowledge


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It's basically adaptive testing - if you've taken certification tests for any industry or the GMAT, GRE, etc... on a computer, that's what it is. I wonder if most of the terms transfer over to Flightscope. I guess most of them do. Anyway, worth it especially when you read instruction articles that throw around radar terms or to fill in gaps you're unaware of.

https://trackmanuniversity.com

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So one of the questions goes something like this. What does spin axis measure?

  • Back spin
  • Side spin
  • Gyro spin
  • Tornado spin

Tornado spin. Ha ha ha.

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11 hours ago, nevets88 said:

So one of the questions goes something like this. What does spin axis measure?

  • Back spin
  • Side spin
  • Gyro spin
  • Tornado spin

Tornado spin. Ha ha ha.

With softball questions like that it sounds more like Trackman Diploma Mill than University.

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8 hours ago, natureboy said:

With softball questions like that it sounds more like Trackman Diploma Mill than University.

That's an anomaly, w/respect to being serious. Overall, I think the tests are pretty good intro to TM.

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3 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

Overall, I think the tests are pretty good intro to TM.

Thanks for posting Trackman University. I signed up out of curiosity and find it very interesting and once I can grasp the terms completely it should me help have a better understanding of the full benefits of using Trackman.

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On 1/28/2016 at 4:05 PM, nevets88 said:

It's basically adaptive testing - if you've taken certification tests for any industry or the GMAT, GRE, etc... on a computer, that's what it is. I wonder if most of the terms transfer over to Flightscope. I guess most of them do. Anyway, worth it especially when you read instruction articles that throw around radar terms or to fill in gaps you're unaware of.

https://trackmanuniversity.com

That's too funny!! I was just hitting on FlightScope yesterday wondering the same thing.  I went ahead and enrolled, but haven't had the time to sit down and dig through the content yet.

Anyone know how long this site has been up??

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On 1/30/2016 at 8:28 AM, nevets88 said:

That's an anomaly, w/respect to being serious. Overall, I think the tests are pretty good intro to TM.

I was just being facetious. Their explanation videos about ball flight are quite good.

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