NSCAs 2015 end-of-year review will be run approximately January 15, 2016. Please be aware that the criteria for running the end-of-year review have been changed for the 2015 review. The new criteria are as follows:
- All shooters who are in the Top 60% overall rank of their particular class will remain in that class, along with whatever carry-over punches they have earned in that class.
All shooters who fit BOTH of the following criteria will be reclassified to the next lower class:
- Shot a minimum of 500 targets for the year.
- Are not in the top 60% overall rank in their particular class, no matter how many punches they earned in the 2015 shoot year, with the exception of E Class.
Any member who moved up or down during the 2015 shoot year will not go through the end-of-year review process.
If you are reclassified to a lower class, you may refuse the down-class; however, you must make your request in writing to Glynne Moseley, firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also exclude yourself from the end-of-year review by sending an email in advance to Glynne Moseley at email@example.com. Include your name and NSCA membership number and simply state that you do not want to go through the end-of-year review process. We will place a code in your membership file that will keep you from going through any further end-of-year review processes until you call us to ask for a review for down-classing.