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Where can I see someone's accept rate?

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I think this question is more suitable for – thkala Nov 24 '10 at 1:47

A user's accept rate is found in their signature block on one of their non-community-wiki questions.

However, there are some conditions under which it will not appear:

  • The user has asked less than 4 qualifying questions (see here for full details of what qualifies)
  • The site is a per-site Meta (except Meta Stack Overflow (this site)) (reference)
  • The user is unregistered
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If you look on a question you've asked you will see your accept rate (57%) on the 2nd line below your name, right under your rep score. That's where everyone else's shows, btw.

50 [4 bronze badges]
57% accept rate
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