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Day 1

(Noon Friday through noon Saturday)

Day 1 Total: 6pts

Day 2

(Noon Saturday through noon Sunday)

Day 2 Total: 28pts
Running Total: 34pts

Day 3

(Noon Sunday through noon Monday)

Day 3 Subtotal: 88pts
Running Total: 132pts

Day 4

(Noon Monday through noon Tuesday)

Day 5

(Noon Tuesday through noon Wednesday)

Day 6

(Noon Wednesday through noon Thursday)

Day 7

(Noon Thursday through noon Friday)


  • Quality new entry: 10 points
    • Definition:A Quality New Entry includes at least two full-length paragraphs, three relevant citations, several links to other entries, some in-depth content and designations of category.
    • Exception: Entertainment-related* Quality New Entries will receive only 4 points.
  • An Ordinary New Entry: 6 points
    • Definition: An Ordinary New Entry is a new entry which does not meet the qualifications for a Quality New Entry, but is of higher quality than a Short New Entry.
    • Exception: Entertainment-related* Ordinary New Entries will receive only 2 points.
  • Quality edit of an existing entry: 4 points
    • Definition: A Quality Edit to an existing article includes at least two extra sentences, an additional reference, and the inclusion of an important or relevant fact.
    • Exception: Entertainment-related* Quality Edits will receive only 2 points.
  • Short New Entry: 4 points
    • Definition: A Short New Entry contains only a few sentences and may or may not have a reference.
    • Exception: Entertainment-related Short New Entries will receive only 2 points.
  • Minor Edit of an existing entry: 2 points
    • Definition: A Minor Edit is an edit which does not meet the qualifications for a Quality Edit. These edits might include small formatting changes, spelling and grammatical changes and/or the addition of a category.
  • Bonus Points
    • An additional bonus of 3 points is awarded for adding a new entry on the "most-wanted" list, Special:Wantedpages
    • An additional bonus of 1 point is awarded for adding a link to an entry on the Special:Deadendpages, and thereby removing that entry from that list
    • An edit to an existing entry may qualify as a New Entry if the edit is substantial enough.
    • Adding a unique working link within a lecture: 2 points
      • Adding an additional (non-unique) working links for the same term within the same American Government Lecture: 1 point
    • Adding two new terms to American Government Terms: 1 point


  • *An entry is "entertainment-related" if it relates to a subject not taught as core curriculum in a typical high school or college. This includes articles on sports, popular music, movies, and other entertaining but not necessarily educational subjects.
    • Exception: Full credit will be given for notable or important historical subjects, and for political entries.
    • Exception: Full credit will be given for reasonable subjects which are educational but not necessarily taught in a typical school.