Here are some of the ones I remember:

**5-10-15**

Three part bonus, but the first part was worth only 5 points, the second part was worth 10 points, the third part was worth 15 points. The first part was really easy, the third part was hard.

**10-5, 10-5, 10-5**

Three part bonus, but each part had a hard clue and an easy clue. If you got it off the hard clue, you got 10 points. If you missed it off the hard clue, they read you the easy clue and you got only 5 points.

**30-20-10-5**

There was only one answer, but 4 clues of decreasing difficulty. If you got it off the first clue, you got 30 points. If you needed the second clue, you got 20 points, and so on. Sometimes there was an insultingly easy 1 point clue at the end. Many variations of this.

**5-5-10-10**

A 4 part bonus, with two easy parts worth 5 points each and two hard parts worth 10 points each.

**For 5 points each, with an extra 5 for all correct,**

Pick a category that contains only 5 things. Make the player list as many things from that category as they can. 5 points for each. If they can get everything in the category, give them an extra 5 points.

**For each of the following, say whether it is true of x, true of y, true of both, or true of neither**

This could be a three part bonus with parts worth 5 points each, or it could be a 5-10-15 or even a 5-5-10-10. Point was, the writer picked two things that are both similar and different. As a college freshman I wrote one like this that was "For each of the following, say whether it is true of Budapest, true of Bucharest, true of both, or true of neither".