The Total Points is the sum of a player's points in each track. Points are calculated for each track in the following way: in a track played by n players, the player in position i will have (n%i)-1 points. A first place finish gives n-1 points. For example, in a track played by 500 players, the player in first place receives 499 points. A last place finish always gives 0 points.
Both the SRPR and AF scores reward consistency - a single weak score can negatively affect you in a big
way. These scores fluctuate constantly, since they change when you overtake someone (or someone overtakes
you) in any of the 36 charts. The ARR score is different to the two indicators above, since it will not
change unless you beat a new standard. This means that other players settings new PRs will not affect your
score, but will probably affect your position on in this table. Certain player titles may be awarded based
on your ARR score.
More points are available in tracks played by many players. The majority of points is distributed to the top positions. Indeed, a first place finish gives approximatively twice the number of points of a second place finish. It is not necessary to submit a time in each track to appear in this ranking. Like the Average Finish, the Total Points will improve slightly if you beat somebody in any of the 36 tracks. It will worsen slightly when
someone beats you.