Originally Posted by arrowhead
at a comp this past weekend, the table captain was voicing his opinion on how a cbj should judge a box with 2 different items. i told him it wasn't his job to hold a cbj class at a competition. created a little tension.
the table had 2 judges with over 30 comps, myself (22), 2 others in the teens and one with 5 comps.
he said judge both samples and only score the best entry.
i have been instructed to judge both and average the scores.
nothing in the cbj handbook on how to handle it.
Originally Posted by SuperQue
I have raised that question before and the response from the reps were to judge the meat as it's presented, meaning judging the entry as a whole.
SuperQue, that's exactly the right answer!
I've heard about some other instances of TCs or other judges trying to "instruct" their table. I wish that the Contest Reps would be told about this immediately - none of the Reps that I know would take kindly to this behavior.
The only time that anyone can tell a judge how to score is when the Rep issues a DQ. Period.
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The above post is only my opinion - mine & mine alone.