Remember, this is not about passing the evaluation and gaining the capital, as a trader you demonstrated you could sustain a profitable strategy so while the onus is on you to perform, your prop trading firm should deliver what it promised and this is the stage where you can hold them accountable.
But there is the other side if you are not profitable do they let you blow your account? Or do they try to help you out to work through your trading psychology?
A good prop firm wants to maximize profit and traders are the profit machines, so it will do everything it can to ensure its traders are happy.
The most interesting one: the traders that fail the evaluation. If those traders fail and are still passionate about becoming traders, do they just get turned away or are they offered some way into the industry be it through education or a strategy to help them understand the error of their trading ways?
The key takeaway is that a good prop firm has all these bases covered and you should keep your eye out for these when selecting one as Lior did!