Reliable perceptual judgement is important for documenting the severity of hypernasality, but high reliability can be difficult to obtain. This study investigated the effect of practice and feedback on intra-judge and inter-judge reliability of hypernasality judgements. The judges were 36 speech-language therapy students, who were randomly assigned to three groups for training: (1) Exposure (simple exposure to hypernasal speech samples), (2) Practice-only (practice with hypernasality judgements without feedback), and (3) Practice-Feedback (practice with hypernasality judgements with feedback). After training, the judges rated hypernasality in non-nasal sentences produced by 20 speakers with hypernasality and two normal speakers, using direct magnitude estimation. Both practice groups showed fair-to-good inter-judge reliability for rating the female samples: had more listeners who showed significant intra-judge reliability, and had significantly larger range of hypernasality ratings than the exposure group. To conclude, practice (with or without feedback) is useful for improving the reliability of hypernasality ratings.