File source and copyright licensing problem with File:Wais4 example question.jpg
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- You cannot copyright license that which has no copyright. Did you not see the comment to file? It explicitly states: "This is a single questionnaire item which is considered a functional device and thus has no copyright (see 37 C.F.R. 202.1(b) and (c))." I find it a little hard to believe that this issue has never come up before, especially since, as you say, "Wikipedia takes copyright very seriously." Anyhow, maybe you can get Wikipedia's administrators to add this option to the license menu, but no need to rush on my account, it's not a big deal to me either way.--TDJankins (talk) 08:35, 24 November 2015 (UTC)
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History Section on SAT Page
Hi, TDJankins. That's a reasonable suggestion, thank you, perhaps the tie-in is clearer to me than the reader. My thinking is: This is one part of the article where a discussion of somewhat peripheral information is hard to avoid; after all, it concerns the history of the SAT and (as in particular, the few sentences in question) how it came to be, before the SAT itself existed. Erjwiki (talk) 18:10, 24 September 2016 (UTC)
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Hey, TDJankins. You mistakenly reverted my changes to the Graduate Management Admission Test article believing it to be WP:Vandalism. I assure you that it was not Vandalism. These edits were attempts to improve the article's readability and remove trademark symbols. If you look at the Page History, you can see Edit Summaries that detail the edits made to the article. In this instance, mine states: Tightened WP:LEAD. Removed trivial, HOWTO and unencyclopedic details to improve the readability of the article. Removed duplicate wikilink. Removed trademark symbols (see MOS:TMRULES)..
If you'd like to discuss particular edits, changes or removals, I'm more than happy to do so here, on my Talk page or on the article's Talk page. The last is probably the most appropriate location. Please ping me if you do continue this conversation so I can join.
Additionally, if you're interested in doing more work to remove Vandalism to Wikipedia, I'd be more than happy to answer any questions. I have spent quite a bit of time and effort removing Vandalism and have used a couple different methods/tools and would be happy to discuss them. My first recommendation would be to check out WP:Counter-Vandalism_Unit. Thanks for working to improve Wikipedia! Stesmo (talk) 19:53, 31 December 2016 (UTC)