Rating Girls Scale - Now With Pictures

As I have shared in the past, I operate by a slightly different rating scale when it comes to rating girls than most. I have decided to give a more indepth overview of my rating scale in this post. To recap, here is my rating scale, followed by the new detailed breakdown with photographs. Also, as a side note, the pictures chosen to represent the specific ratings are of course subjective to my taste. The rating system is valid for anyone, but I'm sure some of you agree and some disagree with my choices for each number, but everyone has different taste, live with it ;-P

The Rating System

I am very strict with this scale. No one has yet obtained a 10. What most people consider a 10 is more like a 7 - 7.5 on my scale. I will sleep with a 5 and above.

10 – Perfect (We all have flaws, it is doubtful a true 10 exists or ever did exist, but you never know)
09 – Almost Perfect (At this point it is no longer just about physical attractiveness, personality definetly comes into play)
08 – Beautiful
07 – Very Attractive
06 – Attractive
5.5 - Above-Average
05 – Average
04 – Unattractive
03 – Very Unattractive
02 – Hideous
01 – Road Kill

The New Breakdown

I will spare everyone the rankings of 1 - 4 and begin with 5.

A 5 is an average looking girl. She is not unattractive, but there is nothing that sets her apart from other girls. She may be "doable" but it would be difficult to call her cute, attractive, sexy, hot, etc.

I consider a 5.5 an Above-Average looking girl. For this example I use the girl from buffy the vampire slayer:

A six is an attractive girl, not quite very attractive or beautiful, but just attractive. There are generally a flaw or two that are preventing them from making it to a 7. The following two examples I provide for a 6 are Katherine McPhee from American Idol and Elisha Cuthbert from 24:

Coming in at 7 are Sienna Miller and Keira Knightley. They are very attractive girls, but for some reason they don't stand out from many other attractive girls.

At 8 (Beautiful) we have Rachelle Leah (UFC), Kate Beckinsale, and Jessica Simpson. To make it to an eight, there has to be something that seems to differentiate them from all the 7s.

And of course as I shared above, to 9's involve knowing ones personality and I have yet to meet a ten.



May 16, 2008 at 11:29 AM

Ok I've been meaning to post a comment on this but haven't mainly because of the differences in opinion, but one thing I wanted to add is, WTF happened to the .5's? you totally skip them! Plus personally I would love to see your 1-5's to get an image of what you don't want to see if your head. I'm considering of doing this same picture scale thing, I think it will help me personally be able to rate girls more effectively and closer to what they are. Right now most if not all the girl I approach I label them as a 7, like thats the average norm. Because it kind of is, at least from what I've noticed. Maybe I'm rating them too high but who knows? Thats why I think it would help me if I did the same.


May 16, 2008 at 1:34 PM

I use the .5's as a reflection of degree within each #. So a 7.5 is more attractive than just a mere 7. It is just a way of emphasizing the point I suppose.

I do not understand what you mean by the average norm is a 7 for whom you approach. Is that my scale or yours?


May 16, 2008 at 9:02 PM

My scale I meant, and what I mean is I know there are in between like 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, that was my point, you don't have any pics of any of those in between ranks. So do you know if your planning on doing the 1-5's at all?