When setting up your meet, you must select a meet type (Set-up > Meet Set-up). Selecting the proper meet type is important for your meet to run as desired. Below are explanations of each of the different meet types.

1. Standard
a. When to use: Meet that does not require multi-level division scoring
Note: Most meets will use Standard
2. Division by Event
a. When to use: Athletes in each division compete in separate events
b. Example: JV and Varsity at same meet
i. Event Setup
1. Event 1: JV 100 free
2. Event 2: Varsity 100 free
ii. Scoring: Each event will have its own results/scores
3. Division by Team
a. When to use: Several teams from different divisions competing in same event
b. Example: Multiple A, AA, and AAA high schools at same meet
i. Event Setup
1. Event 1: 100 free (A, AA, and AAA athletes all entered)
ii. Scoring: Each event will have three sets of results/scores (one for each division, i.e. 1st place for A, 1st place for AA, 1st place for AAA)
Note: Division by Team is rarely used. Do not select Division by Team unless you understand why you are selecting it
4. Division by Entry
a. When to use: Numerous divisions/classifications with multiple first places in each event
b. Example: Disability meet
i. Event Setup
1. Event 1: 100 free (entries of all classifications entered)
ii. Scoring: Each event will have multiple sets of results/scores (one for each division)
Note: Each individual entry must be assigned a division
5. Flighted (Swimming only)
a. When to use: Entries are evenly divided in up to 4 groups (AKA "flights") based on athlete ranking
Note: Flights can be determined by rankings based on seed or result time
b. Example: Flight A has fastest 15 athletes, Flight B has middle 15 athletes, Flight C has slowest 15 athletes
i. Event Setup
1. Event 1: 100 free (Flight A, B, and C athletes all entered)
ii. Scoring: Each event will have 2-4 sets of results/scores (one for each flight)
6. Time Standard (Swimming only)
a. When to use: Entries are split into groups based on which time standard they fit into
Note: Groups can be determined by seed or result time
b. Example: A Standard are athletes faster than 05:00 time, B Standard are athletes between 05:01 and 10:00 times, C Standard are athletes slower than 10:01 time
i. Event Setup
1. Event 1: 100 free (A, B, and C Standard athletes all entered)
ii. Scoring: Each event will have multiple sets of results/scores (one for each time standard)

Comparisons:
7. Division by Event vs. Division by Team
a. Competing Together or Apart (scored separately either way)
i. By Event: each division has its own events
ii. By Team: divisions compete together in same event
b. What Division is Assigned to
i. By Event: each event is assigned a division
ii. By Team: each team is assigned a division
8. Flighted vs. Time Standard
a. Group Size
i. Flighted: evenly divided groups (e.g. 15 in Flight A, 15 in Flight B, 15 in Flight C)
ii. Time Standard: groups not necessarily even (e.g. 9 athletes qualify for A Standard, 13 qualify for B Standard, 10 qualify for C Standard)
b. Dividing Factor
i. Flighted: athlete's place/rank (e.g. 1st-14th places)
ii. Time Standard: athlete's time (e.g. 05:00-10:00 times)