Nationals Raw Scores

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Nationals Raw Scores

Postby elephantower » May 4th, 2014, 3:09 pm

What are the average medaling scores for new, second-year, and permanent events at nationals? If you don't have an exact number, can you just estimate the range for each type of event (80-90%? 90-100%?)?
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2013:
Geologic Mapping: 1, 2
Designer Genes: 3, :(
Astronomy: N/A, :(
2014:
Geologic Mapping: 1, N/A
Protein Modelling: 1, N/A
It's About Time: 1, N/A
Forensics: 9, N/A
2015:
Geologic Mapping: 1, ?
Hydrogeology: 1, ?
It's About Time: 1, ?
Forensics: 10, ?

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Re: Nationals Raw Scores

Postby chalker » May 4th, 2014, 4:25 pm

What are the average medaling scores for new, second-year, and permanent events at nationals? If you don't have an exact number, can you just estimate the range for each type of event (80-90%? 90-100%?)?

We don't release raw scores. Hence you aren't going to be able to get any general answers for this.

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Postby syo_astro » May 4th, 2014, 4:31 pm

What are the average medaling scores for new, second-year, and permanent events at nationals? If you don't have an exact number, can you just estimate the range for each type of event (80-90%? 90-100%?)?

We don't release raw scores. Hence you aren't going to be able to get any general answers for this.
On the contrary, I would say definitely aim for a 100% ;).
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Postby Toms_42 » May 4th, 2014, 9:04 pm

What are the average medaling scores for new, second-year, and permanent events at nationals? If you don't have an exact number, can you just estimate the range for each type of event (80-90%? 90-100%?)?

We don't release raw scores. Hence you aren't going to be able to get any general answers for this.
On the contrary, I would say definitely aim for a 100% ;).
I think they did release raw scores last year, that is how I found out I lost Tie-breakers in both rotor egg drop and meteorology(7th...)
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Re: Nationals Raw Scores

Postby elephantower » May 4th, 2014, 10:33 pm

I've seen raw scores on some of our old event writeups (Protein Modeling comes to mind), but either way I feel like experienced teams that have medaled will have some idea of how many questions they got right, right?
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N/A = didn't compete

2013:
Geologic Mapping: 1, 2
Designer Genes: 3, :(
Astronomy: N/A, :(
2014:
Geologic Mapping: 1, N/A
Protein Modelling: 1, N/A
It's About Time: 1, N/A
Forensics: 9, N/A
2015:
Geologic Mapping: 1, ?
Hydrogeology: 1, ?
It's About Time: 1, ?
Forensics: 10, ?

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Postby ckssv07 » May 5th, 2014, 4:03 am


We don't release raw scores. Hence you aren't going to be able to get any general answers for this.
I think they did release raw scores last year, that is how I found out I lost Tie-breakers in both rotor egg drop and meteorology(7th...)
It was 8 for rotor, but they were on the national test disc.

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Postby Toms_42 » May 5th, 2014, 1:33 pm


We don't release raw scores. Hence you aren't going to be able to get any general answers for this.
I think they did release raw scores last year, that is how I found out I lost Tie-breakers in both rotor egg drop and meteorology(7th...)
It was 8 for rotor, but they were on the national test disc.
yeah, but we still lost the TB. (and 0.01 seconds away from a placement...)
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Re: Nationals Raw Scores

Postby Bazinga+ » May 10th, 2014, 9:44 pm

well i know 1st for shock value was like 97 points, and second was like 95... somewhere around that. Helicopters 3 mins won and 2:50 was second. They did release the scores for individual events but i dont think it is available to te general public, only to the teams that went to nats.
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Postby Bazinga+ » May 12th, 2014, 4:44 pm

anyone see any good heli's or wheeled vehicles (wheeicles)? just wanna compare scores.
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Re: Nationals Raw Scores

Postby elephantower » May 19th, 2014, 6:20 pm

Wait they release raw scores to competitors? We went to Nats, but they didn't tell us our scores. However, having competed there, I can tell you the medalling score in Geomaps was probably around 97% (1 question wrong), and the medalling score in designer genes was probably around a 97% as well (2-3 questions wrong).
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2013:
Geologic Mapping: 1, 2
Designer Genes: 3, :(
Astronomy: N/A, :(
2014:
Geologic Mapping: 1, N/A
Protein Modelling: 1, N/A
It's About Time: 1, N/A
Forensics: 9, N/A
2015:
Geologic Mapping: 1, ?
Hydrogeology: 1, ?
It's About Time: 1, ?
Forensics: 10, ?


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