That's a good point actually. This reminds me of something I wanted to mention about the 1-to-10 scale on the school reviews:Quote:
Originally Posted by Uri Shatil
1 through 10, (or one to four stars, or whatever the scale) needs to have the ratings defined. For example, let's say we had a scale of one to four stars for each element, and we take the "aliveness" element for example:
One Star = no sparring of any kind, contact is never made with other students
Two Stars = training involves some resistance, has some kind of limited contact sparring
Three Stars = training always involves resistance, students regularly engage in full contact sparring
Four Stars = Students are expected to compete regularly in full contact competition
Becauses a 10-star version would be a lot of work to develop and maintain, perhaps a one-to-four stars rating for each of the elements would be better than the 1 to 10 in the Capoiera example or like what we see with the school reviews.