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re: Quiz lead changes hands!
vrheaume   5/1/2011 3:21:39 PM
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Correction: I meant the RIGHT part of the EE Life page, not the left...

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vrheaume   5/1/2011 3:20:15 PM
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Hi Silicon Smith, Click on "EE Life" on the navigation toolbar up there on the EE Times website; in that subsection, a link to the quiz and the leader scoreboard are usually on the left part of the page. However, as I am writing this, they have not yet been updated for this week.

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Silicon_Smith   4/30/2011 6:11:19 PM
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I cant find a suitable link to the new quiz. I played it once and scored all but havent a clue how often this happens and how to reach it quickly. Grrr.. should be on the home page.

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Sheetal.Pandey   4/30/2011 6:07:43 PM
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These quizes really helps to improve knowledge..keep it going..



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