Scoring is based upon pre-determined difficulty start values.
Each skill performed is pre-valued by the Officials of the NCATA prior to the meet.
Teams submit their skill sequences one week prior to the meet.
Officials perform two primary functions at the meet:
1. Monitor the skills being performed to ensure that each element is correctly performed to equate to the posted start difficulty value; and
2. Evaluate the execution and technique of the skills performed. Scores are posted immediately following the conclusion of the performance, and overall standings are displayed throughout the meet.