“We are happy to announce that the raw scores for the 2020 CQ WW CW Contest are now available. This includes 9001 entries received by 1800z December 6, 2020.
The raw scores are the calculated score before any log checking or other adjustments are made. These scores may not match what you submitted exactly as our country file may be different than yours and you may have some QSOs where the call/country could not be determined.
These are NOT the final results. Scores may change by 5-10% (or more) depending on the log checking. Final results will appear in the April 2021 issue of CQ Magazine.
Please submit any questions about the raw scores at: https://cqww.com/contact.”
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