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David Riley wrote:Good luck, though OACQ is an unfortunate acronym . . .
Crazy Andy Watkins wrote:Most likely he's referring to [url="http://www.qbwiki.com/wiki/DACQ"]DACQ[/url].
jonah wrote:Maybe sharing 3 letters with OAC too.
Jeremy Gibbs Freesy Does It wrote:Lots of "ACF format" sets don't use the ACF distribution, and there is no standard mACF distribution, so I see nothing wrong with the nomenclature. Middle school quizbowl simply cannot use even the high school distribution, or it will by default be too hard.
AlphaQuizBowler wrote:Is there a reason why your "ACF Format Sets" do not, in fact, use the (m)ACF distribution? There seems to be no distribution for Philosophy or Social Science, and 2/2 General Knowledge combined with 1/1 Current Events seems a bit much. 1/1 Math seems a lot, too. I'm curious, too, as to whether the .5/.5 "Am. Government" will be more historical or political science, and I think it's odd that 2/2 of the 4/4 "Social Studies" is American. Are you just using "ACF Format" to mean 20/20?
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