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get slack in their conformance to the grammar and start making silly mistakes
which will eventually compound and get a bad reputation for the reviewer and the
I understand your concern with points fluctuating. I also sometimes get low scores
for my reviews and get frustrated when 10 points are deducted for the missing article
like 'the'! But somewhere the standard has to be maintained to keep everyone upto
Maybe, I could suggest multiple levels of points reduction can be introduced. For very
negligible and pardonable mistakes, lower points can be deducted and for serious spoilers
higher number of points can be deducted. But here too, if a reviewer keeps making
the silly mistakes above certain no. of times, the penalty should be severe to make them
review thoroughly before they submit. Oh well, all these need implementation and could