Absolute &

Normalized Score

Absolute

Score

What is it?

Your Absolute Score is the raw score you receive either from your self-assessment or from feedback given by others. It’s the direct and unmodified reflection of the assessment.

Why it matters?

This score gives you a straightforward understanding of how you or others rated a specific skill at a specific time.

Normalized

Score

What is it?

The Normalized Score is a bit more complex. It adjusts the feedback scores you receive based on the typical scoring pattern of the feedback giver. This means if someone generally rates harshly or leniently, their feedback is normalized to reflect a more balanced perspective.

Why it matters?

This score helps you get a more accurate and fair understanding of your performance, especially when comparing feedback from different people. It accounts for the variability in how different people give feedback.