so if he passed level one on his second year, after 6 solid years of riding (as you know about 90% free ride) do you think i could pass 3? i can do everything on the list and then some except for riding switch on black terrain and 360s. The "applied movements" section seems a tad complicated but i bet if i went through one training course in it i would understand it.
CASI isn't just about "completing things on the list" if you will. They also look at the rider and see if they can do things competently. If you're ever in doubt, see if you can find an evaluator and go for an afternoon ride with them. I had thought I was ready for my level 2 until I went riding with them, and oh boy was I ever in for a surprise.
And congrats OP, where did you get your cert?