Judging Scores & Criteria

How To Score Each Nomination

Scoring a nomination is simple and you can do this at a time most suitable for you. First read through the nomination content. Then select a score from the drop-down menu at the bottom. It should take you no more than 5 minutes to read through and score most nominations. You may “save page and continue” your scoring later or “exit” and end the scoring anytime.

Here are the meanings of the scores on the drop-down menu:

10 – Excellent, in your experience.

9 – Very Good: among the top 10%, in your experience.

8 – Good: among the top 20%, in your experience.

7 – Above average: among the top 30%, in your experience.

6 – Average: among the top 40-50%, in your experience.

5 – Ordinary: just like any other, in your experience.

4 – Below average: among the lowest 40%, in your experience.

3 – Poor: among the lowest 30%, in your experience.

2 – Poorest: among the lowest 20%, in your experience.

1 – WRONG CATEGORY – if you believe this nomination is not suitable for this category.

0 – RECUSE – because you or your company are in some way involved with this nomination.

In a few words type a quote here that can be publicly used by the nominees. This quote could describe how much you liked most of the submitted content, etc.