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A silver badge awarded for posting an answer that gets accepted and reaches a score of 40 or more.

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Fix Guru badge description

Currently Guru badge description looks as: Accepted answer and score of 40 or more. This badge can be awarded multiple times. According to the answer that excludes self-accepted answers. Hence I ...
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Can we make Guru a Gold badge?

Before you rush to say "No, that's a terrible idea! We have it as silver for a reason and you're going to accept that reason or else we'll taunt you a second time!" listen to my reasoning first. So ...
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Guru badge not awarded [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do “badges” work? I have been to Stack Overflow for last few months and earned around 1000 reputation. I Wonder why I am not earning silver badges. For GURU badge - ...
AnhSirk Dasarp's user avatar
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Why haven't I earned the Guru badge?

According to StackOverflow's badge page, one can earn the Guru badge with an accepted answer with a score of 40 or more. As of the time of this writing, I have an accepted answer with a score of 41 on ...
Tyler Crompton's user avatar
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How close am I to the Guru badge?

A few weeks ago, I answered the questions How to sum up elements of a C++ vector? (my answer) Is there a better way to initialize an allocated array in C++? (my answer) How far am I from getting the ...
Prasoon Saurav's user avatar
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Is Guru badge strictly harder to attain than Good Answer badge?

As I understand from explanation, Good Answer is awarded for an answer with score 25+. Guru is awarded for an answer with score 40+ and only if it is accepted. Is it normal that one of two badges of ...
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