I would like to participate in the Apple Vision Accessibility Report Card survey, but I am not entirely sure about the rating I am asked to provide in the scale from 1 to 5. Does 1 mean the worst assigned rating and 5 the best assigned rating? I am asking just to be sure, because in my country, for example, in school 1 means the best rating and 5 the worst, but here it seems like to be the opposite.
Thank you for your interest in completing the survey for the Apple Report Card. Regarding your question about the rating system, the 1-5 scale we're using is a typical model where 5 is the best score. So, if you give a rating of 5, it means you're highly satisfied with the aspect being rated, while a rating of 1 means you're highly dissatisfied.
We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the report card.
Yes, 1 is worst, 5 is best
Thank you for your interest! Yes, 1 is the worst rating, and 5 is the best. We opted for this method since it is how sites like Amazon and many other marketplaces ask users to rate products. I didn't know there are places that score the opposite way. Sorry for the confusion.
Updating the blog post
Thanks for your confirmation. I think it might make sense to update the post and clarify the intended meaning of the rating system.