Tasks on Wildcat are distributed to designers according to their complexity. You can check on which complexity task you're working on by the amount of points assigned to it:
Newly verified designers can see tasks with complexity level based on their portfolio score that was assigned by QA. This rule is valid for first 5 modelling requests, then the distribution process goes to the regular one that is used for other designers.
Example: If designer has a portfolio score of 5, they can see up to complexity 5 tasks. If designer has a portfolio score of 10, which is a maximum score, they can see up to complexity 8 tasks.
Regular distribution rules work in this way - if you finish a task with a certain complexity level, you get assigned a complexity score for it. It can be negative, if you fail the task, or it can be positive.
If you get a negative score for that complexity level, then tasks with that complexity will not be shown in your dashboard. Positive scores are measured by the time it took to finish the task, amount of rounds and adjustments, success rate of other tasks with that complexity level and the time spend over the deadline.
Example: If you successfully finish tasks with complexity 4, complexity 5 level tasks will be shown in your dashboard. If you fail complexity 4 tasks, then those will not be shown anymore, and you will see maximum up to complexity 3 tasks.
Note: Complexity scores are cumulative, which means that if you perform poorly on the task and get assigned a lower complexity score, tasks with higher complexity might not show up for you after finishing that task. In that case the score will add up to the next one that you will get from doing another task in that complexity level and if the score is high enough then, higher complexity tasks will be shown to you.
Important: Performance multiplier and complexity score are two different measurements. While some of the metrics are similar between them, complexity score is only counted for tasks with that specific complexity level, not for all of the modelling requests that you've finished. Performance multiplier is a general score that measures designer's performance based on all, or in some cases, the last 20 modelling requests. You can read more about performance multiplier here. If your performance multiplier score is high it doesn't mean that you can see high complexity level tasks.