Overall Score: The total score based on the other four scores
Style Score: I'm not sure about this one, probably word choice and attention to detail
Story Score: How well your story progresses and the number of plot holes it has
Grammar Score: How good your grammar is
Character Score: How well written and authentic your characters are
Am I right or do the scores represent something different?
Quote:If you read the story, there are three levels of feedback you can leave:
Ratings are plain 0.5-5 star scores. No written feedback or justification for the score is required.
Basic Reviews provide an overall 0.5-5 star score along with a brief overview of your opinion of the story, providing some justification for the score.
Advanced Reviews provide a score for the overall fiction in addition to the following subcategories: Style, Story, Grammar, and Characters.
- Style: The general feeling of the piece as created by the author's word choice, literary devices, and unique way of writing.
- Story: Plot development and pacing (i.e. how well a story is put together).
- Grammar: The technical aspects of the writing, including spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
- Character: The characters in the story, how well they are depicted, how realistic and three-dimensional they are. This applies to both main and side characters.