Score may refer to:
Numbers and statistics
Score (game), a number of points achieved in a sporting event or game.
*a unit of
twenty, as in Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
Score (statistics), the derivative, with respect to some parameter θ, of the logarithm of the likelihood function.
Raw score, an original datum that has not been transformed.
Standard score, a dimensionless quantity derived from the raw score.
Baseball scoring, a shorthand method of keeping track of statistics in a baseball game.
Arts and crafts
Musical score, a set of instructions giving the overall picture of a composition
*Dance score, a set of choreographic instructions expressed in a
SCORE notation program, a music scorewriter
Film score, a sound recording of the music in a film
*"Score" (album), the live CD/DVD by progressive metal band Dream Theater
*"Score" (film), a 1972
*"The Score" (film), a 2001
heist filmstarring Robert De Niroand Edward Norton
*"Score", a UK-based football comic, originally "Score and Roar", published in 1970, merged with rival comic Scorcher in 1971
*A method used to join two pieces of
pottery, each side is scored (scratched) and then pressed together
*A method of weakening paper or other thin sheets of materials prior to cutting, tearing or bending, by scratching a line along the area where the separation is to occur.
I Like to Score, an album by Moby, punning on the sexual, drug related, and film music uses of the word
*Final Score/Score, a BBC soccer programme
*Score, a sports trading card brand
Score (magazine), a pornographic magazine
SCORE, a Czech games magazine
SCORE (Spain), a free general sports magazine
SCORE (television), a defunct joint television network
Score Entertainment, makers of the Dragon Ball Z trading card game
Score Inverness, a former radio company
* SCORE (306) Radio: Counselors to America's Small Business, a radio show hosted by SCORE Westchester, Chapter 306
*a slang term for the verb of
sexual intercourseor related sexual activity
Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises, a Singapore statutory board under the Ministry of Home Affairs and was established on 1 April 1976.
SCORE Association, originally an acronym for Service Corps of Retired Executives, a resource partner with the Small Business Administration
SCORE! Educational Centers
SCORE International, an Offroad racing organization
*Acronym for the "Statistics, Computing, Operational Research and Economics" degree programme offered by
University College London
Project SCORE, the world's first communications satellite
Scores (strip club)in New York City
Scores (computer virus), an early computer virus affecting Macintosh computers
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