If you run quizzes as either (or both) social events or fundraisers you might be interested in the Small Charity Support Quiz Score Board.

QuizBoard24Written in MS-Excel® (and last updated April-24) it can easily be adapted to suit your own particular event.
The spreadsheet includes an Instructions page to tell you how to do that.

The spreadsheet allows the scorers to keep an tally of the scores table-by-table, round-by-round with automatic calculation of accumulated scores to highlight which table is currently in the lead.   And if your quiz includes double-points "Joker" rounds, it can automatically show and calculate those, too.

And if you have projection facilities, you can display the scoreboard for everyone to see how they are doing "in real time".

To download the spreadsheet just click on its image (right) and take it from there.


CC Copyright Please note that the spreadsheet is copyright (C) 2017-24, Small Charity Support
Whilst charities and voluntary community organisations are welcome to use the spreadsheet royalty-free for their own internal quiz events, it may NOT be used commercially, eg: by professional quiz masters or event managers charging for their services.