What is the 100 point system?
This is an explanation of the computer print out that you receive after a prelim and/or open championship at a feis. It shows the first, second and third place ranking (sometimes up to fifth place) and your ranking after each round (reel/slip jig, jig/hornpipe and set).
Your raw score is changed into the 100 point system therefore making a placement (1st, 2nd, 3rd and right down the line) equal in value as opposed to a raw score, which varies from judge to judge. For example my first place raw score may be an “85” and the next judge may have “80” as their first place score and the third judge may have “88” as their first place raw score. The 100 point system equalizes out these differences. When there is a tie the points are then divided between those competitors. Below is the 100 point system:
100 Point System
Your marks are personal and not public. They should be brought to your teacher.