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scoring

determining a score.

scoring system
systematic awarding of points for each performance or appearance.
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Back in 2002, Bissett called insurance scoring a valuable tool but also one that had frustrated agents with the "weird, counterintuitive anomalies" that arose because of the over emphasis of credit.
However, soft-linked items meet the independence assumption because the response given to the initial item has no effect on the scoring of the second item.
Although most people aren't aware that credit scoring exists, many get turned down [for credit] because of it, or receive less desirable terms.
We reviewed the scoring in each of the three areas to determine exactly where the problem existed.
A 10-yard scoring pass from Vince Moraga to Herman Young gave Pacifica of Oxnard (0-2) a 7-0 lead early in the second quarter, Simi Valley's Langston Jackson scored on a 6-yard run just before halftime to tie the score.
At our company, we have created the Travelers Insurance Scoring Resource Center to assist our independent agents and customers with issues like these.
A portion of this project focused directly upon assisting teachers in developing assessment tasks and scoring instruments that were consistent with the district's algebra standard, "Students use algebraic methods to explore, model, and describe patterns and functions involving numbers, shapes, data, and graphs in problem-solving situations and communicate with appropriate mathematical language and reasoning used in solving these problems" (Jefferson County Public Schools, 1996, p.
ACT provides essay scoring by human raters that are combined with automated essay scoring provided by Vantage Learning.
While noting the substantial progress made in recent years to incorporate credit scoring and prior loss history into homeowners underwriting and rating, Kucera wrote that "companies need to continue to look for ways to bring the occupants of a home into the equation.
There are three common variants in state accountability systems: some states, such as North Carolina, Arizona, and Tennessee, rate their schools with a measure of a school's value-added, using the growth in performance for a given group of students since the end of the preceding school year; other states, such as Texas and Illinois, rate their schools on the percentage of students scoring above certain thresholds; still other states, such as California, rate their schools based on their change in rest scores from one year to the next.
In perhaps the most comprehensive retrospective analysis ever undertaken on a credit risk scoring model, leading lenders found that FICO Expansion score:
Canyon (2-1) controlled the first half and led 21-7 at halftime on a John Di Luigi touchdown run and scoring passes from Austin Cevita to Christopher Kingsbury and Mike Loucks.