I want to see if i can make a formula that works out how a player got a score based on a scoring system. See the attached file for more details. I want this to show that the player scored or didn't score, played a full match or was a substitute, was booked or wasn't booked and was sent off or wasn't sent off.
I have a workbook with two tabs: Results (containing exam results) and Percentile (containing percentile rankings based on scores). There are different rankings for different exams.
I need the percentile ranking returned (on the Results tab) based on the exam result for each student. e.g. for exam M111 a score of 36 would return a ranking of 95, a score of 18 would return a ranking of 35, etc. I've attached a sample workbook.
I am trying to distribute the total number of sessions (cell H1) across the groups in column A based on the score of each group (column D). The number of sessions a group receives cannot exceed the max (cell H2) or be less than the min (cell h3).
I'm helping out a community that puts out a role playing game by making a character sheet for their gaming system. It's normally a pen-and-paper type affair, but a few people have reached out to me and asked me to make it. Now, one thing that I really thought would be nifty would be to make it persistent. I know of the Excel basics, creating basic formulas and the such, but this is where I hit a brick wall.
For the character sheet, they normally have basic attributes on a 1-20 scale. These attributes are accomanied by a bonus. The only thing is those, while these bonuses go across a linear path (For attribute 1, it's -30, for 2 its -20, for 3 its -10, for 4 its -5 for 5 its 0....), I cant seem to figure out how to create some kind of If/Then formula for it....
Heres my example:
Brad makes a character that has a score of 9 for one of his attributes. The bonus given to someone with a 9 is a +10. What I'm looking to do is create a table that sees that 'If (c9)=9, Then (d9)=+10'...
And my second related issue...
Is there any possible way to do the above mentioned formula in relation to a drop down selection bar? It's the same thing here; To break it down simply, It would be excellent if there was a way for it to say If (a10)=Warrior, then (c10)= +10.
I have a paper-based scoring sheet that we use to determine a rating category. I cannot figure out how to convert this scoring sheet into a lookup region and use some type of LOOKUP formula to determine the rating. I have looked at the various Grading examples on the Internet that show you how to look up a grade, based on a score, but they only look up a grade, based on a single input (the score).
Here I have two values going in--the person's age and their score, and I need to look up the rating, which is the column heading.
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
I've attached a sample spreadsheet which shows the original scoring sheet.
I am using Excel 2002 in Xp and also want to use the spreadsheet on my Pocket PC using Pocket Excel.
I have a column of 10 numbers with rows 1,3,5,7 & 9 representing the individual gross scores of the 5 team members. Rows 2,4,6,8 & 10 have either a 0 or -1 (calculated) in them representing the strokes (or discount) the player receives for that hole. So the net scores for each player will be row 1 + row 2 and so on.
I need a formula that will calculate the total of the 2 lowest net scores and 1 low gross score with the score for each player only being used once which will then represent the team score for that hole.
A sample column would have 4,0,3,0,4,0,3,0,5,-1 in it.
I'm creating a Speech and Debate calculater that presents winners names by place according to their score. If you look at Tab HSSE Results it will read the inputed information from HS Speech English. I want the names of the students to appear in the correct ranking order in the respected grade rankings chart. I currently have a countif formula which reads the grade, but I think I need to link that with an index formula which I'm having problems with.
I have a table of data where each row is a person, and each column is a group that person might belong to. In the intersecting cell of a person row and group column is text showing what position they hold in that group (eg Director, Head, member etc). In many cases the cell is empty because the person is not involved with the group.
There are then two lookup tables which have scores; one for the group name and one for the position type. The group name is always the column header. I have used these lookup tables as I would like the scores for each group or position to be easily adjustable.
Probably best that I just attach an example. I tried to solve this using SUMPRODUCT. VLOOKUP on the two lookup tables would have been good but it seems it doesn't work with arrays the way I expected. My attempt (which doesn't work obviously!) is given.
i have a list of names in column A and a corresponding score for each name in column S. on a stats sheet B10:B15 was trying to make a top 5 list using =LARGE(Week1!S15:S46,1) ... with Large i am able to get my top 5 from the week1 sheet but how can i assign the corresponding top5 persons from column A15:A45 in week1 to the stats sheet in column A10:A15
I am currently working on a score sheet with list of question.
I have: On Sheet 1 (will be hidden later) List of 14 questions (e.g. question 1 = 6 possible answers, for answer 1 is score -2, for answer 2 is score 7... etc). In column C are possible answers, in column D are the score values.
On Sheet 2 (will be visible for participants) Drop-down list based on Sheet 1 questions (Sheet 1; Column C) I have set Cell link for each question so when you choose the 3rd answer, there is number 3, but I need to set different values based on Sheet 1, could be that 3rd answer is score 12. I do not know which function to use (I tried IF, but to me it seems too long and difficoult).
I've seen a few bowling formulas within mr. excel but nothing in code. so i tried it and the only problem i have is when a player strikes.....then the code should add the next two balls thrown..... it works if the next two are strikes but not if there is no 'mark'. So basically its not adding the second ball. The code looks right unless I'm just missing something. heres the code....
I am using data validation for a drop down list e.g Good, Average, None. What i want is when a user selects for example "Good" i need a score to be automatically entered into another cell so that i can then do some calculations.
Should be an easy fix for experts, but I'm not one of those...
I'm trying to create a "scoresheet" in Excel where a racer has a name and an ID number on the main tally worksheet, with columns relating to their scores for each race. Subsequent worksheets have results from each race (one race per sheet), with the individual referenced by their ID number.
How do I have the main tally sheet "find" that person's score for each event in separate columns so that it can add up their totals? I tried an IF formula to find each score in the subsequent sheets, but that didn't work.
Is there a simple formula to do this? I've been achieving the results by importing the worksheets into a Filemaker database (where the ID number "matches" and updates each score), but that's a pain, and I'd rather do it all in Excel.
I'm setting up a scoring system for my rounds of golf. I have four people competing, and i want to be able to put up a page where i can display the best golfer. I have the scores and i want a function that display f.ex "Thomas" if cell d28 is the lowest number of four cells.
I am organizing a golf scoreboard for my golf tournaments. Basically, this is what I want to do:
I would like to rank the players that are entered by their score, in ascending order. Basically, I want to take the column for "total strokes" and organize the numbers so that it will rank the numbers that are entered. If there are no numbers entered in a specific row, I don't want that "zero" to be ranked in the list. So for example, if I have five golfers but they are spread out over 10 rows, I would still need to have five numbers in the rank: 1,2,3,4, and 5, not 1 to 10, as if it were ranking the rows that have nothing entered in them.