Scoring System

  • (noun): A system of classifying according to quality or merit or amount.
    Synonyms: rating system

Some articles on scoring system, scoring, system:

Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Marathi L'il Champs - Rules - Scoring System
... contest the notes Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni was used for scoring ... In the Final round, the same scoring system will be used to make decisions ...
Miss Teen Newfoundland & Labrador Pageant - Scoring System
... The scoring system consists of a 40% personal interview with the judging panel, a 20% academic test, a 15% fitness test (all of which take place in the days leading ... Upon completion of the first half of the show, the top 10 contestants scoring the highest advance to the semi-finals, where they may give a speech on a topic of their choice, worth 25% ...
FIS Alpine Ski World Cup - World Cup Scoring System - Statistical Analysis
... Since the Top 30 scoring system was implemented in 1991–92 ... an individual racer is about 3000–4400 under the current scoring system ... The fewest points for an overall champion under the current system thus far have been 1009 for men by Aksel Lund Svindal in 2008-9 and 1248 for women by Vreni Schneider in 1994-95 ...
Crimson Skies: High Road To Revenge - Gameplay - Multiplayer and Xbox Live
... Multiplayer for up to sixteen players is also available via System Link and Xbox Live ... is determined by his or her win or loss record according to Crimson Skies' Xbox Live scoring system ... The scoring system is designed to allow players to earn more points by shooting down higher-ranked enemies or by winning games against more powerful teams ...
Stableford - Professional Tournaments
... Very few professional tournaments have used a Stableford scoring system ... The only PGA Tour event that used a Stableford system of scoring was The International, although it used a modified version of the scoring system adapted for the ... which ran for three years from 2002, used the same modified Stableford scoring system as The International ...

Famous quotes containing the word system:

    A system of morality which is based on relative emotional values is a mere illusion, a thoroughly vulgar conception which has nothing sound in it and nothing true.
    Socrates (469–399 B.C.)