Using a rubric to assess candidates for hackathon/scholarship? Think again.

If you want exceptional candidates, throw away the rubrics.

A rubric is “a scoring guide used to evaluate the quality of students’ constructed responses”. Put simply, it is a set of criteria for grading assignments.

That’s Wikipedia’s entry on a rubrics.

Rubrics are very useful tools used in education systems to provide a standardized way to assess students according to…

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