I completely agree. I have been discussing this topic with Darwinex for the past 2 years (from the time it was originally the 'discipline' IA). They have listened, and made some changes but they have not really tackled the core issue, which is that the Consistency attribute is not contributing to the traders overall score in a logical way. I agree with the comments above.
Sometimes price will move quickly and sometimes it will move slowly towards its target, which results in a potentially wide range of trade durations. This is not the traders fault.
Likewise, depending on where support / resistance levels exist, this will impact the number of pips for the target of the trade causing a large range. Again this is not the traders fault.
Obviously, if trading from a range of chart timeframes in the same account this clearly plays havoc with the score and the system is punished severely.
The consistency attribute favours those traders that have a fixed stop loss / limit for every trade, which is fine if that works for the trader but is not what most traders do for a number of other reasons
My view is that the consistency attribute either needs completely removing and the total number reducing to just 5 IAs or replacing by something completely different (I must admit, I don't know what that would be though). I think 5 is a nice number
Please please listen Darwinwx and make your platform better and more appealing