As you know the scoring in Ragdoll 3 is very different from Ragdoll 1 and 2. It depends on the number of dolls, the number of buttons, and the time. Below is a breakdown of the scoring for level 1-4 (I leave the other levels to you).

The score for any level is calculated as:

Score = f1(D)+f2(B)+f3(T),

where f1, f2, and f3 are the functions that decides the score for dolls (D), buttons (B), and time (T), respectively. Note that the time reported after finishing a level is not in seconds. T=18 is around 14 seconds, and T=62 is around 50 seconds.

For example, the three functions for level 1-4 are (approximately):

f1(D)=13500-1000*D

f2(B)=100*B

f3(T)= 1930-110*T

The total score for level 1-4 can therefore be calculated as:

Score = 15430-1000*D+100*B-110*T

Unfortunately, the time resolution shown is only integers, but the time used in the score calculations has much higher resolution. I think the time resolution is in the order of around 0.01 seconds.

To make it more complicated, f1 (the dependency on the number of dolls) is not always linear. On other levels, 1 doll difference is not always constant and/or not always 1000. In level 1-4, one time unit is worth 110 points. However, for other levels this can differ a lot.

Example 1:

D=1, B=4, and T=11, on level 1-4 gives Score = 13620. However, if you get T=11, the actual time can be between T=10.5 and T=11.5. This means that if you get D=1, B=4, and T=11 after finishing level 1-4 your score is between 13565 and 13675.

Example 2:

D=2, B=8, and T=6, on level 1-4 gives a score between 13515 and 13625.

In other words, if your score is 13600 on level 1-4, you either had {D=1, B=4, and T=11.18}, or {D=2, B=8, and T=5.73}, or some other combination.

How many dolls did you use in level 1-4?