If its this close, I'd try to assign relative weight's to each mark and blind. If it's an incredibly difficult water blind then it may get a high weighting similar to the toughest mark. If its a dink go bird flyer or a simple short land blind then the weighting would be relatively low. You wouldn't do this till the test are over and you begin to try to sort out placements, so failures are still failures, but if they are still there in the end then you obviously haven't failed them.
Haven't done this often, but have resorted to it after looking at the same two papers for an inordinate amount of time discussing the relative merits of a step this way or a turn that way.