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Nishith #1 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:31

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Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this...

A question that I've had for a while, especially when looking at clan-recruitment pages, is why they don't look at a person's 60-day, or 30-day stats. This especially relates to me, because my overall stats are terribad,  but after "learning how to play", at around my 9k battle mark, my recent stats skyrocketed. ATM, my 60-day stats show unicum levels of efficiency and WN4. If you don't believe me, feel free to check noobmeter.com, or wotlabs.net. So, the main question here is, big clans, why don't you rate a players skill off their 60-day stats?

Solinvictus #2 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:35

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Good improvement, you are very good now but 56% is not unicum  :Smile_Default:
And yes a lot of clans will only check your 60 days stats instead of the whole thing.

Edited by Solinvictus, Jan 19 2013 - 16:37.


jdubthegreat #3 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:36

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Actually, a lot of folks do look at 60 day stats. :)

Nishith #4 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:37

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First of all, I play solo. Second, I said unicum efficiency and WN4, not WR.

CommanderNishizumi #5 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:38

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It's easy to pad such a small amount of battles, and besides that, efficiency and WN4 rating don't really mean anything. Any clan actually worth joining doesn't look at those stats, or sets very low minimum ones that you could easily get your overall to if you're halfway decent.

Solinvictus #6 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:39

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View PostNishith, on Jan 19 2013 - 16:37, said:

First of all, I play solo. Second, I said unicum efficiency and WN4, not WR.


Ah, my bad, sorry.

Solinvictus #7 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:41

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View PostCommanderNishizumi, on Jan 19 2013 - 16:38, said:

It's easy to pad such a small amount of battles, and besides that, efficiency and WN4 rating don't really mean anything. Any clan actually worth joining doesn't look at those stats, or sets very low minimum ones that you could easily get your overall to if you're halfway decent.

His 60 days stats are for 514 games at 56% and 1800 eff. He really did improve if he didn't do that playing only tier 2  :Smile_veryhappy:

Dr_Healthy #8 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:44

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I do believe a lot of the clans considered to be good look at the 60 day stats. However I also believe they look at your overall stats to get a better idea of how you play, how much experience you have in certain tanks, etc. etc.

Jagdfan #9 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:48

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View PostNishith, on Jan 19 2013 - 16:31, said:

Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this...

A question that I've had for a while, especially when looking at clan-recruitment pages, is why they don't look at a person's 60-day, or 30-day stats. This especially relates to me, because my overall stats are terribad,  but after "learning how to play", at around my 9k battle mark, my recent stats skyrocketed. ATM, my 60-day stats show unicum levels of efficiency and WN4. If you don't believe me, feel free to check noobmeter.com, or wotlabs.net. So, the main question here is, big clans, why don't you rate a players skill off their 60-day stats?

You might consider getting WoTStats and logging every battle. Then you can show a prospective clan exactly which tanks you've been playing and how you've done lately.  It's just like interviewing for a job - It's up to you to convince someone that they need you.

ITDUDE #10 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:52

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You don't have any Tier 10s. Any serious clan will require at-least 2 or 3 tier 10s.
And non-serious clans, don't care about stats at all.

Leadpiper #11 Posted Jan 19 2013 - 16:52

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Clans are more interested in CW ready players for that they check your hit ratio on your top tanks and damage/game they also check your WR and eff/win4 after that they check your 60 day which may or may not swing in your favor. It seems you are already in a clan!?

Edited by Leadpiper, Jan 19 2013 - 16:56.