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Judge and Tiebreaking Judge 

Judge

Your job is to rank the best three Contestants.
- On the voting slip at the bottom of the judging form, you print clearly the full names of the three best Contestants in order - starting with the best of all - without any tied positions.
- As soon as you have completed the voting slip, tear it off and hold it up so that a Counter can see that it is ready to be collected.
- You submit only the voting slip to the Counter, not the whole form.


Tiebreaking Judge

Your job is to rank all the Contestants.
- On the voting slip at the bottom of the Tie-breaking judging form, you print clearly the full names of all the Contestants in order - starting with the best of all - without any tied positions.
- As soon as you have completed the voting slip, tear it off and give it to the Chief Judge. It is a good idea to ensure you are sitting near the Chief Judge so that this can be done discretely. (Note: the official TI Tiebreaker judging form incorrectly states that you should give the slip to a Counter.)
- You submit only the voting slip to the Chief Judge, not the whole form.
- If you wish you could put your slip in a sealed envelope and ask for it to be returned to you discretely in the event there is no tiebreak.


Guidelines for all judges

See the online e-training called "When You're the Judge"
http://www.toastmasters.org/Members/OfficerResources/eLearning/SpeechContestModule/SCTSession2.aspx