Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In music, to score again; arrange again or differently for voices or instruments.
- v. To score again.
- re- + score. (Wiktionary)
“Until now, state policy called for teachers to "rescore" essays or open-ended questions when students' test scores were up to five points shy of the passing grade of 65 in math and science exams.”
“There was no directive to teachers to rescore tests that received a 65 through 69.”
“In essence, trained readers rescore work from a random sample of students from each classroom.”
“Cheap Trick went back to the studio to rescore the hit “Dream Police” andrenamed it “Green Police”.”
“Within seconds, a number of “judges” were back at the ballot table trying to find and rescore their evaluations of thosewines.”
“The fastest way to bump up a borderline score is to pay off a credit card or two, and then ask for a rescore.”
“The music at times seemed to be a clawless Cat Stevens impression as if he wanted to rescore Harold and Maude.”
“I also heard Mr. Lucas say that he wanted John Williams to rescore the whole 6 films at the end, so that the imperial march was in A New Hope.”
“I now challenge you to go back to the self-assessment at the beginning of the book, and rescore yourself.”
“Russia's 12-time Olympic medalist, Alexei Nimov, failed to medal, even after judging officials decided to rescore his performance amid boos and heckling by audience members who insisted the original score was too low.”
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