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A rating is the evaluation or assessment of something, in terms of quality (as with a critic rating a novel), quantity (as with an athlete being rated by his or her statistics), or some combination of both.
Rating may also refer to:
- Credit rating, estimating the credit worthiness of an individual, corporation or country
- Fire-resistance rating, the duration for a passive fire protection to withstand a standard fire resistance test
- Naval rating, an enlisted member of a country's Navy not conferred by commission or warrant
- Health care provider ratings
- Performance Rating, in computing, used by AMD
- Ranally city rating, a tool used to classify U.S. cities based on economic function
- Content rating like the following:
- Web content voting, a system where users rate Web content
- Rating site, website that allows rating
- Reputation system, a score for a set of objects within the community based on a collection of opinions
- Telecommunications rating, the calculated cost of a phone call
- United States presidential approval rating, a polling term which reflects the approval of the President of the United States
- Elo rating system, a rating system used in chess and in other sports and games
- Television ratings, television viewership ratings
- "Arbitron ratings", United States radio listenership ratings measured by Arbitron (now known as Nielsen Audio)
- Motion picture rating, categorizes films according to their suitability for adults and children
- Sports rating, analyzes the results of sports competitions
- Television content rating, categorizes TV shows based on suitability for audiences
- Video game content rating, categorizes video games based on suitability for players
- All pages beginning with "Rating"
- All pages with titles containing "Rating"
- Rate (disambiguation)
- Audience measurement
- Grade (education)
- Star (classification)
- Likert scale
- Parental Advisory
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