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Edward Powers wrote:David,
I had asked this in an email but perhaps it is better to ask here on a public site, so, here goes:
I know you have 3 Sets for your History 'Bowls"---C, B, and A ,in ascending order of difficulty. Is the same true of your "Bees"? Do you have C,B, and A difficulty 'Bee" Sets paired with their corresponding 'Bowl' Sets & levels of difficulty at each specific venue? I ask because you have said teams can compete as often as they wish, so, with three Bowl Question Sets, in theory a team can compete 3 times assuming it can travel to all 3 different venues.
Can individuals do likewise? To be more concrete,to illustrate the larger issue for everyone who might be in a comparable situation around the country: If several of my players compete at the Ridgewood NJ Bee, can they also compete 2 weeks later at the Princeton NJ State Championship Bee because that Bee is on an "A" level Bee Set, whereas the Ridgewood Bee Set was a "B" level Set, or, are all "Bees" based upon the exact same set of questions? I ask of course because if there is only one set, and if my players wish to compete for the State Bee Championship, they will have to skip the Bee in Ridgewood in order to be eligible to compete for the State Bee Championship at Princeton? And would not something similar be true for all states and/or regions that host more than one Bee & Bowl yet crown only one Bee State or Regional Champion?
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