First, I was unable to locate your freelancer profile. From your end, look closely at those sets of five stars on each of your completed jobs to ensure that the rating actually reads: 5.00 and not less than 5.00. For example, a score of 4.80 still shows what appears to be all five stars (graphic symbols).
I do not believe that the actual formula that oDesk uses to calculate the freelancer overall feedback score is publicly known. However, as an example, I was told once by support that if a freelancer has 5.00 ratings on all individual job ratings except for one 4.83 that the calculation of the overall feedback score could yield 5.99 (the size of jobs is factored into the calculation; not sure if that is size as in dollars earned or hours worked or both). Furthermore, it would take six months before that one 4.83 would drop off from the calculation.
For issues regarding your freelancer overall feedback score, I suggest that you contact support. They should be able to tell you exactly what is going on.
Related oDesk Help Articles:
How does the contract feedback system work? https://support.odesk.com/entries/23121551-How-does-the-contract-feedback-system-work-
How does oDesk calculate freelancers feedback scores? https://support.odesk.com/entries/23117701-How-does-oDesk-calculate-freelancers-feedback-scores-
Edited 01/08/2015 RT/lwm
The weightage of each individual feedback rating to overall feedback is based on number of dollars. That means 2$ earned with 5.0 rating and 1000$ earned with 1.0 rating does not mean an overall feedback of 3.0 . The overall feedback will be close to 1.
This is as per odesk support a few years back. Formula may have changed by now. I wonder why they have not made the calculation public.
AB, Thank you for your input. I believe the formula should be made public. Maybe it is, but I have not located where that might be. As far as oDesk making any changes to the formula, that would likely make any previous baselne obsolete; possibly rendering the overall freelancer ratnig scores useless.
Maybe oDesk will chime in on this one....
Edited 01/08/2015 RT/lwm
Hi Ronald, I think this is the formula used to calculate the overall feedback score
Feedback score based on the ratings left by the client and the size of those jobs in terms of dollars earned on each assignment.
Overall feedback score = [(amount1 x feedback score1) + (amount2 x feedback score2) +......] / total amount
For example, a $1,000 assignment with a 5 feedback score and a $500 assignment with a 1 feedback score would result in an adjusted score of
[($1,000 * 5) + ($500 * 1)] / ($1,000 + $500) = 5,500 / 1,500 = 3.67
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