Failing better

Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better. – Samuel Beckett, Worstward Ho Hi all, Failing is hard. It’s even harder when you’re failing but don’t know until the last moment. This can happen when testing for level 3. You’ve been underprepared in an area that doesn’t reveal itself until you’ve submitted […]

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L3 checklist changes

Hi all, As has long been overdue, the level 3 checklist is modified to better fit the New World Order. First of all, here’s a summary of the changes. You can find detailed explanations for the changes below, and the new full checklist at the bottom of this post. Review check reduced to 6 from […]

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About recommendations

Hi all, I have a couple topics for you today. Checklist changes are on the way, I know you’re waiting, they’re still being worked out and won’t be that big. L3 Maintenance The New World Order said about maintaining L3, among others: Judge at least four Premier Events (RPTQ, WMCQ, Grand Prix, Pro Tour, World […]

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Team change

Hi all, First of all I’d like to welcome our latest addition to the L3 testing team – is now leading the Verification Committee, in charge of handling L3 checklists. The full team is now: at self-reviews, Sophie at VC, at Pre-Event Interviews, and at Supplemental Activities. Today I’d like to tell you about some […]

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Level Redefinition and L3

Hi all, By now you’ve probably seen or at least heard of the announcement regarding levels redefinition. So what’s changing for L3 testing? What is happening in the redefinition is an affirmation of the core skills of L3, namely being leaders at large events. Excellent event judges who display outstanding and consistent performance at events […]

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