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Hi there, my accept rate on SO is 94%, my username is 'Tom Gullen'. I've been through all my questions and accepted answers on all of them as far as I can tell.

I think the reason it's not 100% is when I first joined SO, I asked a closed question:

As far as I can tell this is affecting my accept rate, is there any way to not include closed/moved questions from your accept rate?

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up vote 9 down vote accepted

It's already on 100%. Maybe you were still looking at a cached value? The accept rate is namely not updated realtime. alt text

Closed (and migrated) questions are already not taken in accept rate. Also see this blog post.

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I've done a hard refresh it's still showing as 94%, I've tried in 3 browsers as well. I'll wait a few days then see if it changes :) – Tom Jul 25 '10 at 18:20
+1 for a "100" that looks like "IOU" and the joys of freehand. – Andy E Jul 25 '10 at 22:00
@Lady: Ugh, thank you for "meta"-ing my answer :D – BalusC Jul 26 '10 at 11:54

There is a faster way to find the questions for which you haven't accepted an answer:

In your case the only one is indeed this one

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