I believe I'll do pretty well, because I know the secret to attention-getting evaluations:
Four-syllable words. That's it. Sneak a few four-syllable words into an evaluation (like "pontificate" or "erudite" (I know that's normally only a three-syllable word, but not if you pronounce it to rhyme with "Aphrodite", which is a perfectly good four-syllable word, but really hard to work into a speech evaluation), and the judges give you top marks. We'll see how well this strategy works next month.