The Results page shows a few different things. First you'll notice Coverage- that's the number of Judges that completed ballots for this Competitor. Please note: incomplete ballots are not counted.

Next, you'll see the Criteria Averages. So if, for example, Judges 1, 2 and 3 gave an 8, a 9, and a 10 on the "Creativity" criterion, the value in the Creativity Average column would be 9. 

The next is the Total Score and Average Score. The Total Score is the sum of the Criteria Averages, multiplied by each Criteria's respective "Multiplier" value; the Average Score is the average of the Criteria Averages, multiplied by each Criteria's respective "Multiplier" value. 

Almost all of our clients use either Total Score or Average Score to find their winners; others choose to calculate their scores differently, using the raw scores.

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