Michael Lee Ratings
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Make Predictions (~ 60 minutes) - $6.00 +8.00 bonus Confirmed!
$19.91 / hour
00:42:11 / completion time
ProsI know this can be done much faster I just took my time with this one - starts with a couple of pages of questions - there are a few pages of writing to read about the hit and the scenario that you play - work through the practice which includes 15 different predictions that you have to make to get used to the task - couple of pages of questions - main task is split in 2 sections - 5 rounds on each section - bonus is determined on the predictions that you make - ends with a couple of bubble pages and demographics
Computer Code Evaluation - ONLY COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS CAN PARTICIPATE(~ 60 minutes) - $10.00
$33.18 / hour
00:18:05 / completion time
ProsSome short personality questions (~5 min of personality questions) then 15-20 minutes of multi choice/code summary with no min required characters for the writing section.
Cons6 mainly huge blocks of java code you are supposed to look over and for each one answer a few multi choice questions and then write a summary of what you think the program is trying/used for. There is no minimum required writing for the code summary, but they make it pretty clear if you just BS or don't take it seriously they will reject. So if you are worried about rejections, the subjective nature of the grading may be a cause for concern.
Displaying Asset Degradations in Swarms(~ 30 minutes) - $3.00 +2.80 bonus Confirmed!
$15.14 / hour
00:22:59 / completion time
Pros9/22: We made a mistake in estimating the time it would take to complete the HIT, so we are awarding an additional $2 to make up for the difference.
hourly without this was $7.83/hr
ConsEverything... extremely long tutorial (over half the time it took to do the entire HIT), the bonus isn't disclosed at the end, and it's hard to get anyway because you have to get your guesses right within a narrow parameter. Maybe this is easier for people who can perceive small state changes, but that person isn't me. And the code at the end was formatted strangely.