Talking with judges AFTER judging

Gregory writes

<It would also
<be very good to be able to speak to judges AFTER the scores are in, to
<see
<what they would recommend for improving the showing, NOT to argue with
<them.
<It seems that this opportunity is missing. Thanks again for the answer.
<
<
< Gregory Andrachuk

Here in the RMJC ( Rocky Mountain Jaguar Club) this is done
with pleasure, and why not. Any one have any remarks.

Cheers Lauren-------------------------------------
Name: Lauren Pratt
E-mail: l@Lauren_E_Pratt
Date: 7/15/97
Time: 11:13:34 AM

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Lauren E. Pratt wrote:

Gregory writes

<It would also
<be very good to be able to speak to judges AFTER the scores are in, to
<see
<what they would recommend for improving the showing, NOT to argue with
<them.
<It seems that this opportunity is missing. Thanks again for the answer.
<
<
< Gregory Andrachuk

Here in the RMJC ( Rocky Mountain Jaguar Club) this is done
with pleasure, and why not. Any one have any remarks.

Cheers Lauren

I usually ask if they want to hear any comments, which I think is pretty
typical. They can always choose to argue, in which case it’s best to
just excuse one’s self.

SK
62 OTS

7/16/97

Hi all – as chief judge for the Sacramento CA JC (JCNA affiliate), I tell
my judges (who are working with PENCILS) to note reasons for deductions if
possible on score sheet – because entrants get sheets back, this gives
them a guide! Larry Martz**********
Lauren E. Pratt wrote:

Gregory writes

<It would also
<be very good to be able to speak to judges AFTER the scores are in, to
<see
<what they would recommend for improving the showing, NOT to argue with
<them.
<It seems that this opportunity is missing. Thanks again for the answer.
<
<
< Gregory Andrachuk

Here in the RMJC ( Rocky Mountain Jaguar Club) this is done
with pleasure, and why not. Any one have any remarks.

Cheers Lauren

I usually ask if they want to hear any comments, which I think is pretty
typical. They can always choose to argue, in which case it’s best to
just excuse one’s self.

SK
62 OTS