Re(1): Average aggregates IP: 126.96.36.199 Posted on December 5, 2011 at 07:55:01 PM by ivorhistoryman
This is an average setting score (determined by adding up the total scores of the five matches that night and dividing by five) and thus is a measure of the difficulty or easiness of the quiz. It is therefore an assessment of the Bard's setting ability rather than their answering ability- of course this is still a subjective measure albeit highly mathematical as a quiz with a low aggregate (and therefore "hard") might be more enjoyable than one with a high aggregate.
I note we have an average aggregate of 39.0 in our box already even though we have not set yet (it's on Wednesday) Does Mike think we are setting an ultra hard quiz and making a pools panel decision?- mind you he has said the Opsimaths always struggle with our quizzes (as we do with theirs) but I think we will be around the 70 standard. Replies: