This is a guide on how to get a high Course Score in New Pokemon Snap (Pokemon Snap 2) for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn what is a course score, and what rewards you will receive after getting a high Course Score!
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To increase your Course Score, take as much high scoring photos as you can before you reach the teleportation point at the end or run out of photo memory.
Your Course Score will be shown after Professor Mirror evaluates your snaps from the course.
You can also check your Course Scores for each level and the Total Course Score in the Internet section of the Lab menu.
If you are on a course that has a Legendary Pokemon or an Illumina Pokemon, you can take multiple photos of them to boost your Course Score. Photos of these Pokemon generally score better compared to regular Pokemon.
|List of Illumina Pokemon||List of Legendary Pokemon|
To boost your course score further, you need to take a photo of each Pokemon species in a single run. You may also need to plan your run and note the Pokemon that require some steps for them to appear in the area.
For courses with alternate routes, take the route with the most number of Pokemon available.
A great way to rack up points for Course Score is to use Burst Mode.
If you see a Pokemon exhibiting behavior that yields a 4 star photo, pause the game and turn on Burst Mode, and quickly take a photo of the Pokemon.
You will receive the Keeping Score Research Title for getting a total course score of 30,000,000 points or more.
You will receive the High Scorer Research Title for getting a total course score of 40,000,000 points or more.
You will receive the High Scorer Research Title for getting a total course score of 50,000,000 points or more.
You will receive the High Scorer Research Title for getting a total course score of 70,000,000 points or more.
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|How to Use Auto Select Efficiently||How to Unlock Burst Mode|
|All Ancient Ruin Locations||All Crystabloom Locations|
|Hidden Paths Guide: All Branching Route Locations||How to Get Behind the Waterfall|
|How to Get 10 3-Star Photos in One Run||How to Get 10 4-Star Photos in One Run|
|All Research Spot Locations||How to Get a High Course Score|
|How to Unlock All Research Titles||How to Unlock All Profile Icons|
|How to Unlock All Stickers||How to Unlock All Filters|
|How to Unlock All Frames||List of Unlockables|
|How Long is New Pokemon Snap?||Is New Pokemon Snap Multiplayer?|
|Amiibo Compatibility||Are There Shinies? Color Variation Guide|
|How to Change Your Name||How to Speed Up the Neo-One|
|How to Save||Evolutions Guide: How Do Evolutions Work?|
|What is in the Whirlpool in Maricopia Reef?||-|
|How Does Online Play Work?||How to Get a High Ranking Online|
|How to Get Sweet! Medals||-|
|Mechanics and Game Controls|
|Controls and Best Settings||How to Print New Pokemon Snap Photos|
|Camera Guide: Camera Features and How to Use||Photo Editing Mode Guide|
|How to Change Your Language Settings||How to Use Re-Snap|
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