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District 59 Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Monaco

District 95 Denmark, Germany, Norway, Sweden

District 107 Andorra, Portugal and Spain

District 108 Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland

District 109 Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Lichtenstein, FYR Macedonia, San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City

District 110 Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Rep. of Moldova, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine

District U Undistricted Clubs in Europe


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Author malw  Date 14 Dec 10, 15:46  Views 11723
Description Checklist for Judges other than Chief Judge
Category Contests  Type Information

Judge and Tiebreaking Judge

Judge

Your job is to rank the best three Contestants.
- On the voting slip at the bottom of the judging form, you print clearly the full names of the three best Contestants in order - starting with the best of all - without any tied positions.
- As soon as you have completed the voting slip, tear it off and hold it up so that a Counter can see that it is ready to be collected.
- You submit only the voting slip to the Counter, not the whole form.


Tiebreaking Judge

Your job is to rank all the Contestants.
- On the voting slip at the bottom of the Tie-breaking judging form, you print clearly the full names of all the Contestants in order - starting with the best of all - without any tied positions.
- As soon as you have completed the voting slip, tear it off and give it to the Chief Judge. It is a good idea to ensure you are sitting near the Chief Judge so that this can be done discretely. (Note: the official TI Tiebreaker judging form incorrectly states that you should give the slip to a Counter.)
- You submit only the voting slip to the Chief Judge, not the whole form.
- If you wish you could put your slip in a sealed envelope and ask for it to be returned to you discretely in the event there is no tiebreak.


Guidelines for all judges

See the online e-training called "When You're the Judge"
http://www.toastmasters.org/Members/OfficerResources/eLearning/SpeechContestModule/SCTSession2.aspx

    
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