Fast Facts

Q:  Will phrases like "Law of Thermodynamics" be counted under the letter L as the first letter or T? (section: 3/ paragraph:  f/ sub-paragraph:  / line: 1)

A: It depends on the category. If the category is "law of physics" then the first letter would be T, otherwise, it would typically be L.

Q:  When supervisors create grids for competition, must they ensure there is a valid entry for each letter/category combination? In other words, may a grid be created where one cell doesn't have a known valid answer? (section: 3/ paragraph:  a/ sub-paragraph:  / line: 1)

A: No, supervisors do not have to ensure there is a valid entry for each letter/category combination. Yes, a grid may be created where one cell doesn't have a known valid answer.

Q: Will points be given if certain letters (J, Q, Z, etc.) in specific categories do not have a definite answer?  (section: 3/ paragraph:  i/ sub-paragraph:  / line: 2,4)

A: No, points are only given if a correct response is provided by the team.