Thursday, August 9, 2007

A Change in My Rating Scale

Shocking, I know. For the longest while I have been using the the 1-10 grading scale which has worked like a charm but I will now be using the four-star systematic rating scale. Why the the sudden switch you ask? Three simple reasons: 1) More accurate. 2) Makes it easier to organize film ratings in a massive database that I am slowly working on. 3) Worth a try.

If you take a quick glance to right side of the blog there is an explaination of my new rating scale that I will be using from now on. Sorry for the inconveinance.

2 comments:

Justine said...

Another loss for those of us who still rate out of 10. It's getting lonely, so lonely.

Good luck though, I can imagine it requires some sort of brain shift when thinking about what you've seen, however minor.

Jason said...

I couldn't resist the Dark Side....muhahahaha. But yeah, sorry to bail on you Justine. I may join back someday, who knows.

I'm actually finding the four-star system quite effective right now especially when it comes to organizing all my film viewings in spread-sheets. Your right, I do have to slightly alter the way I apply my ratings and be a little more discreet. So far, so good.