Definition of Rescoring

1. Verb. (present participle of rescore) ¹



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Definition of Rescoring

1. rescore [v] - See also: rescore

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rescoring

rescindment
rescindments
rescinds
rescinnamine
rescinsion
rescission
rescissions
rescissory
rescope
rescoped
rescopes
rescoping
rescore
rescored
rescores
rescoring (current term)
rescowe
rescowed
rescowes
rescowing
rescramble
rescrambled
rescrambles
rescrambling
rescreen
rescreened
rescreening
rescreens
rescript
rescripted

Literary usage of Rescoring

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1. Educational Testing: The Canadian Experience with Standards, Examinations (1993)
"For example, in Alberta, students pay a fee of about US$20 for rescoring. The fee is refunded in these provinces if the rescoring results in an upward score ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1870)
"It is told of young Balfe, that his first “job” when he came to London, was the rescoring of some old operas, for which he received a few pounds: and the ..."

3. Systems for State Science Assessment by Mark R. Wilson, Meryl W. Bertenthal (2005)
"Appeals: Can district personnel or parents ask for rescoring? If so, what is the process for maintaining confidentiality, and who pays? 3. ..."

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