I have now changed to a new scoring system. it is the michelin scoring system.
"One of the best known guides is the Michelin series which award one to three stars to restaurants they perceive to be of high culinary merit. One star indicates a "very good restaurant"; two stars indicate a place "worth a detour"; three stars means "exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey""
That was from wikipedia. To help you relate this to a ten scale:
1=5-6, 2=7-8 and 3=9-10 Everything 4 and below goes unscored. If you are interested in my previous scoring system, see below:
If you’re interested in my scoring system, I’ve written down an explanation here:
i have now have an unorthodox scoring system, which functions as such:
i have two categories, thematic and aesthethic. both of these categories are 1-5, and i base my score on how well i think a show excelled in one of the two categories. i then add the scores together, and get my out of ten score.
Gunbuster is a 5/5 thematically, and 5/5 aesthethically. therefore it's a 10 out of 10.
fate heaven's feel is a 1/5 thematically, and 5/5 aesthethically, therefore it's a 6/10.
1 and 2 are varying degrees of bad
3 is average
4 and 5 are varying degrees of good
themes, how they're explored and expressed
and a lot more that's unneccesary to mention!