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Start the Round Timer by hitting the Start button. When you hit end, it will show the full time.
Once the robot has finished running, move down through the table below and assess the robot’s performance by matching the state of the mission on the board to the options present in the “Scoring Level Selector” column below. Each mission has all the possible ways to score the mission based on the different steps to completion. Some tasks have the mutually exclusive portions separated into different missions in the table below to make scoring easier.
Once you’ve scored all of the missions, the Total Score indicator below will denote the number of points you have solved over all of the missions combined. When you’re ready to score the next round, click the red “Clear All Scores” button below, and run your robot again!
There are two ways to score each mission: let’s say for M06 Accident Avoidance, our robot has parked over the line on the mat and has knocked down the panel.
We can open the drop down menu in the “Scoring Level Selector” column in the table below and select the option that describes our situation: “Robot is parked with panel knocked down”
We can use the incremental score buttons in the table below. If we are unsure if this is the maximum scoring option or an intermediate option, we can press the green “Score 20!” button to score to the first level (Robot is parked without panel knocked down), and then push it again to score to the final level (Robot is parked with panel knocked down). If we knew from the beginning that parking the robot and knocking the panel down is the maximum scoring option for this mission, we can just press the green “Set to Max Option” button.
Note that “Set Max for All Scores” button is not representative of the actual maximum score since there are many tasks that rely on the containers, but not enough containers to fully max out each mission.
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