I tell them my lowest race points from racing days ;) That or "type 3"
seriously though. anyone who's asking this question doesn't really "get it."
the "types of skiers" poster in the rental shop is a much laughed about, and humerous scale... but it actually has some merit. above type 3 I truly believe most skiers to be about the same. It's really just balls, experience and hutzpah which differentiates above type 3... and none of that has anything to do with with how good a skier one is. anyone who is a solid type 3 skier (i.e. not just the kind that checks the box because they have issues with self esteem) can pretty much do whatever they want on the slopes if they put their mind to it
just my .02$
I'm not sure what "above type 3" means...but can I assume it means I can ski as well as Bode Miller or Sage Cattabriga-Alosa?