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Tracking Titles::AAC

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How do I move between Starter, Advanced for the Games which do not provide titles for these levels?

There is an N/A title for Jumper, Gamble and Snooker in AAC. This provides a way to move from the Starter to Advanced to Masters without actually getting a title. But in order to get the Games titles SGDC and AGDC you need to be able to move through the Starter and Advanced levels. So once you get two qualifying scores in Starter you will be able to "move up" by selecting the N/A (Starter) for each of the games (Jumper, Gamble, Snooker, Team). This is necessary in order to have the advanced level available when entering runs for a given trial, and for tracking with "Titles Working Toward".


How to read the 'Titles Working Toward' page for titles which are calculated automatically by Agility JOT.

If you have a line which looks like this: You are "working toward" the SGDC title. You HAVE one qualifying score in Jumper no qualifying scores in both Gamble and Snooker. And you NEED two qualifying scores for each. The qualifying scores you DO HAVE will be represented as a link so you may click on it to take you to those specific entries. If you have a line which looks like this: You are "working toward" the Bronze Merit title. You DO NOT HAVE your Expert Standard Bronze title. You need 25 qualifying scores in Games competition. You HAVE one qualifying score in Jumper and none in the rest. The qualifying scores you DO HAVE will be represented as a link so you may click on it to take you to those specific entries.


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