Today I logged in to see that my quality score fell from 8.1 to 6.6 (the lowest I ever encountered)
Now I came to understand that, as of today, all goChecks we went through will be taken into account, not just the last 10, I just checked and it represents 4 years of work and 70 GoChecks for me. I know that the consitency is taken into account, but bear with me: I went through my archives and compiled every single score earned these last 4 years.
My average is 8.74. That's two points higher than my current score. However, as gengo explains it, the consistency is also taken into account. Fair enough:
47 of the total scores are situated between 9 and 10 (that's 67% of them), 26 of them being straight up 10s.
On 70 GoCheck scores, 59 are rated above 7, that's 84.2%.
Now, I do realise that there is room for improvement, I certainly do.
My question is: if all of that sends me down at 6.6/10, how can I hope to pass above 8 again? I mean in a foreseable future? My digging for these scores showed me that, other than several exceptions, I was evaluated roughly about once a month. Even if I pulled 10s upon 10s from now on (which I fully intend to do), I feel like it would be years before getting a decent score at this rate.
Even if I look at my past 10 scores, 2 of them are below 9, one of them being a 2,94 which, for the record, I disagree with, I could fill up a whole post about that but that's not the point here. The other being a 7,43.
I genuinely feel trapped here.
Am I the only one in this kind of situation I wonder?