I just don't think you can make rules like a certain score means a certain thing. Too many things that are beyond the control of the brewer influence the scores . I've had the same beer get a 45 and a 23 in competition, and the latter entry was not a bad bottle. Based on the judges comments, it finished both dry and cloying, with a specialty flavor both overwhelming and absent, depending on which score sheet you read. That's an extreme case, however not all judges score the beers the same way. I tend to run a few points higher than most people I judge with, so a 33 from me could be a 28 from another judge. That doesn't mean the beer in their cup is 5 points worse.