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There are three types of accuracy - [1] per beatmap's accuracy, [2] one's overall accuracy, and [3] pp's accuracy.

In simple terms, beatmap's accuracy is dependent on Hit-scores gained, overall's accuracy dependent on each submitted best online score's accuracy, and pp's accuracy is dependent on submitted online score's accuracy which is eligible for pp gain.

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Accuracy is calculated by the following formulas:-

Standard Mode

In Standard, accuracy is calculated by weighting the judgement gained on each note by its value and dividing by the maximum possible amount. In other words:-

Accuracy = Total points of hits / (Total number of hits * 300)
Total points of hits (Number of 50s * 50 + Number of 100s * 100 + Number of 300s * 300)
Total number of hits (Number of misses + Number of 50's + Number of 100's + Number of 300's)

For reference: 300 = 6/6, 100 = 2/6, 50 = 1/6, Miss = 0/6.

Taiko Mode

In Taiko mode, the song accuracy is calculated by sum of all note accuracy divided by number of notes. A GREAT (良) counts as 100%, a GOOD (可) as 50% (half) and a MISS/BAD (不可) as 0% (which breaks the combo). Drumrolls and spinners do not influence the accuracy.

Accuracy = Total points of hits / (Total number of hits * 300)
Total points of hits (Number of Miss * 0% + Number of 100(GOOD) * 50% + Number of 300(GREAT) * 100%)
Total number of hits (Number of Miss + Number of 100 + Number of 300)


Catch the Beat Mode

In CtB, the song accuracy is calculated as the number of non-spinner objects collected divided by the total number of non-spinner objects; fruits, large drops and small drops all have the same value.

Accuracy = Total numbers of fruits caught / Total number of fruits
Condition "Bananas" (Spinner's fruits) do not count.

osu!mania Mode

Accuracy is calculated similarly to standard in this mode.

Accuracy = Total points of hits / (Total number of hits * 300)
Total points of hits (Number of 50s * 50 + Number of 100s * 100 + Number of 200s * 200 + Number of 300s * 300 + Number of MAXes * 300)
Total number of hits (Number of misses + Number of 50s + Number of 100s + Number of 200s + Number of 300s + Number of MAXes)

Note that MAX and 300 are both worth the maximum for calculating accuracy, despite a MAX being worth more in terms of score than a 300.

Results screen

Ranking

This shows your grade, an overview of your hits, as well as your actual accuracy percentage. For more details, see Score.

Performance Graph

This shows a graph of your performance over the course of a play. Additional information is shown when you hover the cursor over it:
Performance Graph
Accuracy
Error These two values represent how far off your early hits are on average, and how far off your late hits are on average. The higher the OD value of the beatmap your playing, the lower these will have to be to do well.
Unstable Rate This value represents how consistently you time your hits, with lower numbers being better (top players often score below 150). Note that this measures consistency, and not accuracy, so if you're consistent in hitting 15ms early, you'll get similar results to if you're consistent in hitting on time. The formula is essentially the standard deviation of your hit errors (in milliseconds) multiplied by 10.
Spin [osu! only]
Speed Average spinning speed on all the spinner(s) in the beatmap.
Max is the highest rpm(rounds per minute) achieved in one of the beatmap's spinner(s).
Unstable Rate Values based on average against Max deviation, the lower the better. Formula is unknown.

Notes

  • The above four values are not saved and will disappear after you close osu!. You can only see them again by watching a saved replay.
  • Due to the way the Double Time and Half Time mods are implemented, the Error and Unstable Rate values will be multiplied by the same factor as the song. To get the true values when playing DT, divide the results by 1.5. Similarly, multiply the results by 1.33 when playing HT.

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