Frequently Asked Questions

The following is basic information about Jambask. Please read this before participating if you are unfamiliar with this sort of platform. Click on any question to show or hide the answer.
What kinds of questions can I ask here? Most importantly, questions should be relevant to our this platform. Ask about admissions, schools, scholarships, exams, assignments, you can even bring a subject question that seems difficult. Just ask about anything that has to do with schooling. Before you ask, please make sure to search for a similar question. You can search for questions by their title or tags.
What kinds of questions should be avoided? Please avoid asking questions that incites hatred and quarrels.
What should I avoid in my answers? CampusQuests is a question and answer site - it is not a discussion group. Your answer should be brief and straight.

For brief discussion, or to thank someone for their answer, please post comments, not answers.
When is the best time to click the Ask a Question, Answer and Comment buttons? Use the Ask a Question button when you have a Question to ask, or when you want to post about a new thing.
Use the Answer button when you have an answer to a question.
Use the Comment button when you want to discuss about the question or the answer. That means you can comment on a question or comment on an answer. The comments feature is like a discussion to a question or to and answer.
That is to say that a question can be discussed, an answer can be discussed. While there is only one question in a post, there can be several answers from which the best answer can be selected. And all the answers can have discussions (comments) on them.
How does point system work? When a question or answer is voted up, the user who posted it will gain points. These points serve as a rough measure of the community trust in that person. Various moderation tasks are gradually assigned to the users based on those points.

For example, if you ask an interesting question or useful answer, it will likely be voted up. On the other hand if the question is poorly-worded or the answer is misleading - it will likely be voted down. Each up vote on a question will generate 1 points, whereas each vote against will subtract 1 points. The following table lists points gained per activity:

Posting a question: 20 points
Selecting an answer for your question: 30 points
Per up vote on your question: 10 points
Per down vote on your question: -10 points
Limit from up votes on each question: 100 points
Limit from down votes on each question: -30 points
Posting an answer: 40 points
Having your answer selected as the best: 300 points
Per up vote on your answer: 20 points
Per down vote on your answer: -20 points
Limit from up votes on each answer: 200 points
Limit from down votes on each answer: -50 points
Limit from up votes on each comment: 100 points
Limit from down votes on each comment: 30 points
Add for all users: 100 points

The following table lists point requirements for each type of moderation task.

How to change my picture (gravatar), and what is gravatar? The picture that appears in user profiles is called a gravatar, which means globally recognized avatar.

Here is how it works: You upload your picture (or your favorite alter ego image) to the website from where we later retrieve your image using a cryptographic key based on your email address.

This way all the websites you trust can show your image next to your posts and your email address remains private.

Please personalize your account with an image - just register at (just please be sure to use the same email address that you used to register with us). The default gray image is generated automatically.
What are the benefits of using the platform? You have access to questions and their answers by other people. You can also ask your own question and get answered. The questions and answered are stored for future references by people with similar questions. It could be someone close to you.
The platform's point system can be used in determining the kinds of rewards for users from time to time. We shall also carry out polls on various contests in which winners are determined by registered users. Of course, there will always be prizes to be won. There are so many benefits to mention but a few.
Who moderates this platform? The short answer is: you. This website is moderated by the users. Points system allows users to earn rights to perform a variety of moderation tasks.
Still have questions? Please ask your question and help make this platform better!

If there is anything lacking, please use the feedback form.
Welcome to CampusQuests, where you can ask questions and receive answers from other members of the community about schooling and life. Help someone today and you might be adding value to a life.

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