ITI (UK) Membership pass rate?
Thread poster: Mary Worby

Mary Worby  Identity Verified
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Jun 18, 2003

Just a quick query, does anybody know what the rough pass rate is for the ITI membership assessment tests?

TIA

Mary

[Edited at 2003-06-18 16:20]


 

Henry Dotterer
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Heard a rumor on ATA rate Jun 19, 2003

I can't answer your question, but if it is of any value, I was once told the pass rate on the ATA test was 20%. That was a few years ago, and I don't know whether that statistic was accurate then, or whether it would still be now.

 

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ITI membership pass rate Jun 19, 2003

Mary,

I have relayed your question to one of the ITI's network groups but haven't yet received a conclusive answer. I had a figure of 50% in my mind - but then I might have been thinking of the British driving test.icon_smile.gif

There are two different means of entry: by means of a "test translation" done under realistic conditions (i.e. at home, over three days, with the use of whatever resources one thinks appropriate), and by submission of one's own work for review. A condition for the latter option is longer experience, and I presume the success rate is higher than for the first option.

Marc


 

Mary Worby  Identity Verified
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Thanks! Jun 19, 2003

Thanks, Henry and Marc!

I'd be interested in what your contact does come up with, Marc. I'm taking the assessment route which I presume is the latter of the options you mention.

I'd have thought the driving test pass rate was lower! From purely personal experience, I'd reckon on about 1 in 3!icon_lol.gif

Best regards

Mary


 

xxxMarc P  Identity Verified
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Around 50% Jun 20, 2003

According to one former member of the Exam Committee.

I see you are an ITI Associate. Have you thought of joining the ITI German Network?

Marc


 

Mary Worby  Identity Verified
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Thanks, Marc! Jun 20, 2003

MarcPrior wrote:

According to one former member of the Exam Committee.

I see you are an ITI Associate. Have you thought of joining the ITI German Network?



I'm not really sure what the different networks involve! I was part of my local area network, but felt the benefits of geographical proximity were lost given that the profession is now largely e-mail based!

Where could I find out more about the German network? I'll have a look on the ITI site ...

Regards

Mary


 


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