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How does accept rate work?

How can I increase my accept rate for asking questions? And for each question, does the question rate differ ?

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Your accept rate on SO is 100% though. Why asking? If the question is old enough, has an answer and you accept the answer, then it will be counted towards the accept rate. But don't just accept anything - only accept one that solves your problem, or brings you close to the solution. –  nhahtdh Jul 4 '12 at 10:43
    
how-it-works –  juergen d Jul 4 '12 at 10:49
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When you accept an answer, your accept rate will improve. If you accept one answer for each question you have asked your accept rate will be 100%.

There is no difference on a particular site, although your accept rate may be different on different SE sites.


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This did inspire me to find out which questions I hadn't accepted answers on and sort them out, so am now happily at 100%. –  Rory Alsop Jul 4 '12 at 13:53

Your accept rate is based on if you accept answers to your questions!

If you have asked 5 questions and accepted 4, your accept rate will be 80%.

However, you should only accept answers if they do answer your question. If you think no one has answered a question, you can answer your question yourself and accept that.

You will not get additional reputation for asking accepting your own answer, but it will keep your accept rate 100%.

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