Imagine this: you think you're doing great in the world, and all your friends are telling you you're doing great in the world. But one day, you look outside the bubble you're in and realise just how far behind you really are.
14 Apr 2021 · 4 min read
It's difficult to fairly judge anything in a manner free from bias. It's even more difficult to do it for abstract and creative works such as literature or stories, as your own personal enjoyment can greatly affect how you view the work and any flaws it might have. The Objective-Subjective Scoring System (OS3) attempts to remedy this issue by separating as much bias as possible.
The primary feature of OS3 is that it assigns two scores to a certain work with a small scale: the objective score and the subjective score, both inclusively ranging from 0 to 3.