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We are proud to present the first Top Scoring Car Awards from Total Car Score," said Karl Brauer, founder and CEO of Total Car Score.
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.
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.
At our company, we have created the Travelers Insurance Scoring Resource Center to assist our independent agents and customers with issues like these.
The teachers will learn to create rubrics in which the scoring criteria are consistent with the information that the assessment task is likely to elicit from students.
ACT provides essay scoring by human raters that are combined with automated essay scoring provided by Vantage Learning.
Washinton caught a 26-yard scoring pass from Randolph to pull Simi Valley within 21-20 point.
This correlation is driving most personal lines carriers to use credit-based insurance scoring for underwriting and, in some cases, for rating personal lines accounts.
The problem is that such consequences place too much weight on single-year changes in test scores at the school level, Either bill would have required an increase in the proportion of students scoring above the proficient level in both math and reading, each and every year.