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Top Rated Eligible Weeks STUCK after Monday

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MS. Joy D Member Since: Aug 16, 2015
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Hi guys,

 

I was above 90% for 12 out 16 weeks.

I was last reviewed on 20th January 2019 and is still above 90% but there's been no recent addition even after Monday.

 

Is anyone encountering that? Is this normal? 

 

Thanks.

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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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MS. Joy D wrote:

 

I was above 90% for 12 out 16 weeks.

I was last reviewed on 20th January 2019 and is still above 90% but there's been no recent addition even after Monday.


Yes it is normal as all the non eligible weeks need to work their way through the calculation window.

It is a rolling window, so every week one week gets added to one end, and one week falls out of the other end.

 

If you are adding good (above 90%) weeks to the window, and bad (below 90%) weeks fall out at the other end, your eligible weeks go up.

If you are adding good (above 90%) weeks to the window, and good (90% or more) weeks fall out at the other end, your eligible weeks stay the same until the bad (below 90%) fall out.

 

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MS. Joy D Member Since: Aug 16, 2015
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Thank you but i meant to say that jss was constantly above 90% but there was no change to eligibe weeks ONLY for this week.

 

It's just stuck at 12 out 16 weeks. How is a rollover applicable here?

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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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MS. Joy D wrote:

Thank you but i meant to say that jss was constantly above 90% but there was no change to eligibe weeks ONLY for this week.

 

It's just stuck at 12 out 16 weeks. How is a rollover applicable here?


Last week you were at 12 out of 16 weeks.

This week, you added a "over 90%" week to your 16 week window.

At the same time a good week fell out of the 16 week window (the window only "holds" 16 weeks, so every week you add one, and one falls out) - so 12 plus one minus one is 12.

 

Basically it means you have 4 non-eligible weeks inside the 16 week window. They need to fall out of the 16 week window before the number of eligible weeks can increase further.

 

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MS. Joy D Member Since: Aug 16, 2015
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Hmm...

 

3 weeks ago i was at 10 out of 16 weeks - 100% jss

2 weeks ago i was at 11 out of 16 weeks - 100% jss

Last week I was at 12 out of 16 weeks - 100% jss

This week I am at 12 out of 16 weeks - 100% jss

 

My Last review was 20th Jan. 2019

My next review is 3RD Feb. 2019

 

Which are the bad and good weeks?

Thanks.

 

 

 

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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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MS. Joy D wrote:

Hmm...

 

3 weeks ago i was at 10 out of 16 weeks - 100% jss

2 weeks ago i was at 11 out of 16 weeks - 100% jss

Last week I was at 12 out of 16 weeks - 100% jss

This week I am at 12 out of 16 weeks - 100% jss

 

My Last review was 20th Jan. 2019

My next review is 3RD Feb. 2019

 

Which are the bad and good weeks?


Look at the graphic.

 

When your eligible weeks go up, that means "non eligible weeks" are falling out of the 16 week window.

When your eligible weeks stay the same, it means the same as you are adding is falling out of the 16 week window (good / 90% plus weeks, in other words.)

 

It will stay at 12 now until the next of the "bad / less than 90%" weeks are falling out of the 16 week window.

 

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