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Date Posted: 15:24:06 08/31/17 Thu
Author: hth
Subject: From my experience, no, the time stamp of the set does not affect the score. I've been at this for over 16 years now.
In reply to: OP 's message, "It's not that I don't trust their judgement. I am just trying to figure out why MY dancer doesn't have success with set. As someone said above, it might be stamina, it might be rhythm or timing issues, but when those things are not the issue does the chosen set dance play a part in how a judge scores the dancer." on 11:56:45 08/31/17 Thu

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  • consider also that what ever your dancer's biggest issue in hard shoe is, it is much more apparent when she's dancing solo on stage. undivided attention of the judges isn't always a help! (NT) -- ;-), 10:29:46 09/01/17 Fri

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