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Hmmmm...?

September 24 2011 at 11:49 AM
Mike Roof  (Login MikeRoof)
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Response to Judging Criteria Link

Well, that's pretty cryptic actually and leaves a lot more un-said than said. In fact, there's so little information there that I can't see how anyone could preview their own work and get any idea of how it would fair in the competition from those percentage break-downs.

Also, there's no explanation of the actual scoring. Do the judges use a 100 point scoring system or what? Do they even use points? And for any of the categories listed, what is used to determine the scores awarded? What exactly do the judges look for, say, in "painting," that they base their scores upon? How do the judging teams rectify the differences in scores between individual judges? Are the individual scores cummulative or averaged or what?

(The link to the competion results pdf. is broken, or at least I can't open it to see if scores are listed with the entries...)

Thanks for the link, but the judging criteria as posted are not very informative and really leave me with more questions than answers. They certainly don't give much useful information to provide direction for changes or improvement.

I guess this is an example of "different strokes for different folks." I suppose if it works for Euro Militaire, then that's all that matters...

Thanks again for the link.

Mike

 
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  1. Re: Hmmmm...? - Chris Meddings on Sep 25, 2011, 8:35 AM
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