The Absolute Judging System (AJS) is a widely accepted method used in numerous competitions worldwide to assess performances with fairness and transparency. Unlike traditional ranking systems, AJS evaluates each performance based on absolute criteria rather than comparative rankings. A key feature of AJS is the use of the median score, which represents the middle value of all scores given by the judges and the tolerance range, which helps to minimize the impact of outliers or extreme scores, ensuring a more accurate reflection of the overall quality of a performance, allowing for limited variations in scoring between judges while maintaining consistency and fairness. With its global acceptance and widespread use, AJS has become a trusted standard in competitive judging, providing participants with equitable assessments across a variety of disciplines and competitions.