Scores collected in the review form can be weighted, as required, to produce the most meaningful information for your submissions and reviews.
These scores can then be combined into a total score that is correctly weighted. This means that a single combined score can be quickly assessed to determine the quality of any one submission and to make decisions about that submission.
In this example, a review has two questions:
Each questions allows the reviewer to choose from a range of multiple choice options in their review form. In this example, the scores for each question follow a simple linear scale with no weighting:
However, it may be that Technical Merit is more important than Relevance of Topic when assessing a submission and so the individual scores could be given a weighting. Also, it may be that Excellent Technical Merit needs a stronger weighting so that it stands out from the rest even if the submission is not relevant.
So, this revised scoring could be implemented to give a better idea of how good a submission is for the project:
For each project, any number of questions, options and scores can be configured to help get the perfect scoring system.
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