In message <[log in to unmask]>, at 16:30:54
on Wed, 20 Oct 2004, Gwenan Owen <[log in to unmask]> writes
>What has become abundantly clear to me during the discussion on the list is that
>this university (wrongly) has allowed the panel members to assume that their
>assessments and rankings are confidential. From now on this will be changed
>believe me!

For clarity, are we saying that each person's ranking of each applicant
is entirely transparent to the applicant?

Even if the applicant then sees that one person has scored them 3/7
while everyone else gave them 5/7, how can they draw any conclusions
from that unless they know what each score was for the other applicants?
What if that judge consistently gave every other applicant 2/7?

I assume that the scores other applicants get is still confidential?
Roland Perry

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