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judging [2015/12/01 17:29]
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 The Head Judge for Long-Term or Spontaneous is the leader of the judging team. The Head Judge must keep the judging team on time and on task. The Head Judge for Long-Term or Spontaneous is the leader of the judging team. The Head Judge must keep the judging team on time and on task.
  
-  * [[Long-Term]]:​ The Head Judge reviews scoresheets,​ compiles scores and prepares the master scoresheet. He/she presents the scores to the team coaches and answers questions regarding the teams' long-term scores. Should a coach raise an issue that the Head Judge cannot settle, the Head Judge then contacts the Problem Captain and has the Problem Captain take over. The Head Judge must be thoroughly familiar with the long-term problem and have the ability to handle people in a friendly, but firm, manner. The long-term Head Judge sometimes doubles as a Problem or Style Judge, but this does not allow very much time to return scores and talk with coaches, so in this event the tournament organizer may wish to schedule teams a little farther apart or allow longer breaks.+  * [[Long_Term|Long-Term]]:​ The Head Judge reviews scoresheets,​ compiles scores and prepares the master scoresheet. He/she presents the scores to the team coaches and answers questions regarding the teams' long-term scores. Should a coach raise an issue that the Head Judge cannot settle, the Head Judge then contacts the Problem Captain and has the Problem Captain take over. The Head Judge must be thoroughly familiar with the long-term problem and have the ability to handle people in a friendly, but firm, manner. The long-term Head Judge sometimes doubles as a Problem or Style Judge, but this does not allow very much time to return scores and talk with coaches, so in this event the tournament organizer may wish to schedule teams a little farther apart or allow longer breaks.
   * [[Spontaneous]]:​ The Head Judge reviews the scoresheets to make sure the judges have filled them out correctly and, in verbal problems, that all the judges have recorded the same number of responses. The Head Judge compiles the scores and prepares the Master Scoresheet. The Head Judge designates who reads the problem to the teams, who checks that the correct team entered the room, and who “chats” with the team. The spontaneous Head Judge always scores the teams as well.   * [[Spontaneous]]:​ The Head Judge reviews the scoresheets to make sure the judges have filled them out correctly and, in verbal problems, that all the judges have recorded the same number of responses. The Head Judge compiles the scores and prepares the Master Scoresheet. The Head Judge designates who reads the problem to the teams, who checks that the correct team entered the room, and who “chats” with the team. The spontaneous Head Judge always scores the teams as well.
  
 ====Problem Judge==== ====Problem Judge====
 (Generally two or three per long-term judging team and one per spontaneous judging team) (Generally two or three per long-term judging team and one per spontaneous judging team)
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   * Long-Term: The Problem Judge scores the team's long-term solution. In a performance problem this is generally a subjective opinion and the Problem Judge generally scores all aspects of the solution except Style. In a technical problem the Problem Judge is usually assigned a specific area or task to observe and scores only that portion of the team's solution. The Problem Judge gives his/her scoresheet to the Head Judge to compile onto the Master Scoresheet.   * Long-Term: The Problem Judge scores the team's long-term solution. In a performance problem this is generally a subjective opinion and the Problem Judge generally scores all aspects of the solution except Style. In a technical problem the Problem Judge is usually assigned a specific area or task to observe and scores only that portion of the team's solution. The Problem Judge gives his/her scoresheet to the Head Judge to compile onto the Master Scoresheet.
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 ====Timekeeper==== ====Timekeeper====
 (One per long-term judging team and one per spontaneous team) (One per long-term judging team and one per spontaneous team)
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 The Timekeeper is responsible for giving each team the exact amount of time allowed for the problem. It is critical that the Timekeeper be precise and exact in this regard. The Timekeeper is responsible for giving each team the exact amount of time allowed for the problem. It is critical that the Timekeeper be precise and exact in this regard.
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