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Quizbee Guidelines 1. Please come early or on time because we will start 8.40am sharp. Please go directly to the NIGS AVR. 2. All things should be deposited on the stage as soon as you arrive. 3. There will be 11 teams with 3 members each. Please see seating arrangement for each team. 4. Each team will be provided chalk, board, and tissue. 5. There are three rounds: easy, average, and difficult. The question will be read twice before the timer starts. a. Easy round – 5 seconds to answer; 1 pt. each b. Average round – 10 seconds to answer; 3 pts. each c. Difficult round – 20 seconds to answer; 5 pts. each 6. Please raise your boards immediately after the timer stops. 7. After the quizmaster reveals the correct answer, teams with incorrect answers should lower their boards. The quizmaster will call out the number of the teams which has the correct answer . If the team with the correct answer lower the board before the quizmaster calls out their number, they will forfeit the point.
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