The Results page shows a few different things. Scroll down for math!

# Tags

**Most importantly, by default, the Results page shows the scores and stats relating to criteria shared by all competitors. If you have criteria that are tagged to a specific Group, those will not appear until you select the Tag in the dropdown. **

If you have sub group-specific criteria, a warning will appear on your Results page (in the red box). The red arrow points to the Tags dropdown filter. You can see here that Competitor 1, Team Sally Ride, has 12 total points.

Click the dropdown box and select a Tag.

In this example event, the Tag GRAD is selected (red box). This filters the Competitor list so that only GRAD Competitors are shown (red circle), and any additional criteria that associated with the GRAD tagged group are shown (the red arrow indicates a fourth criterion).

Now that we are filtering, we can see that Competitor 1, Team Sally Ride, has 14 total points (before, Team Sally Ride had 12).

# Maths

First you'll notice **Coverage**- that's the number of Judges that completed ballots (touched every slider criterion bar) 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 T**otal 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.

We also offer a normalization via **Z-Score**- more on those calculations here.