What are some criteria for judging competitions?

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The criteria that is used for judging competitions will vary, depending on what the competition involves. For example, the criteria for judging a beauty contest could involve talent, knowledge, and looks. The criteria for judging a poster contest could involve relevancy to subject, originality, neatness, and use of color. For a pie making contest, the criteria could involve appearance, taste, and aroma. All contests differ and it will be up to the judges to determine which criteria will be used to pick a winner.
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