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What is a good score?

 

 
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We recommend that you get at least 10 evaluations of each talk in order to make your SpeakerScore statistically sound. Don’t emphasize each individual evaluation, even phenomenal speakers score within the 0-40 interval from time to time.

If you receive more than 10 evaluations on your talk, use this guide line:
- Competent speakers usually score within the 60-85 interval.
- If you achieve a score above 80, it’s great. 
- If you achieve a score above 85, it’s superb. 
- If you achieve a score above 90, it’s world class. 

If your score falls below 60, it’s an indicator of something not quite working out the way you intended. If this is the case, take a closer look at the different parameter scores, see if you can find a pattern – perhaps you consistently scored low on “Interesting” even though your “Value” parameter was above average. Could be a sign you need to develop new ways of keeping the audience’s attention. 
 





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