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rmaker408 Group Title

How do they calculate your SmartScore?

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  1. Agent_Sniffles Group Title
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    What do you mean? Like how do they calculate it?

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  2. rmaker408 Group Title
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    @Agent_Sniffles yeah. that's want i meant.

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  3. imjustachick15 Group Title
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    i do not know

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  4. Agent_Sniffles Group Title
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    Um..They've explained it, but I don't remember.

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  5. rmaker408 Group Title
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    i don't understand it. at first i thought was the mean of the 3 numbers, but it's not.

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  6. imjustachick15 Group Title
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    i think they calculate it depending on how many times you ask a question and when you repond to a question hi :)

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    that kinda makes sense. but then you have to ask A LOT of questions to get to 100. i'm been here for like 1 month or so and i'm at 56, so it's going to take a while.

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  8. Agent_Sniffles Group Title
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    It gets harder to level up after you reach 50.

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  9. Agent_Sniffles Group Title
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    Also, if you hover over your ss, and below the Twitter and FB thing, it'll say "What is SmartScore?" click that.

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  10. rmaker408 Group Title
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    ok. thx

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  11. imjustachick15 Group Title
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    yup

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    The calculation is a relative scale. Each action on the site triggers what we call a point grant. Point grants have categories. Your categorical smart score is an indication of where, in the rank of all users, the value of your point grants for that category place you. The overall smart score tells you where the value of all your point grants place you relative to all other users on the system. There's some more magic that happens behind the scenes, but that's the summary.

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    @farmdawgnation thx! that's makes much more sense.

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