Wikipedia:WikiProject Buckinghamshire/Assessment

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Welcome to the Buckinghamshire WikiProject Assessment page.
...on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.

The project banner needs to be put on all Buckinghamshire related articles by adding {{WikiProject Buckinghamshire}} to the TALK PAGE of relevant articles. Assessment is explained below


Once they have this they need to be assessed using the criteria at Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Assessment to get the class FA, A, GA, B, Start and Stub. Then this can be added to the talk page template by adding |class = level. This will make them appear in the relevant categories.

Quality scale[edit]

WikiProject article quality grading scheme

Importance scale[edit]

This page is a guide to assessing the importance levels of articles that are maintained by WikiProject Buckinghamshire. There are four levels of importance that give an indication as to the priority of articles to this WikiProject, as opposed to Wikipedia as a whole.

The importance levels are Top, High, Mid and Low, and are assigned by adding |importance = level to the {{WikiProject Buckinghamshire}} template on the article's talk page. A guide to the type of articles that should be placed in each category is given below, but these are not hard and fast rules. Any individual article should be assessed on its own merits. If you are unable to decide which importance level to use, please go to the WP:Buckinghamshire talk page and leave a message there.


  • Anyone can assess the class or importance of an article, you don't need special permission to do it.
  • If you feel that an article has been assessed wrongly, feel free to change it.
  • Any problems or questions should be left at the WP:Buckinghamshire talk page, as that is monitored by more people that the talk page here.

Assessment examples[edit]

Importance Type of article Examples Notes
Top Articles that are central to WP Bucks
Cities and major towns
Milton Keynes, Aylesbury
All towns are included; villages tend to be low class
High Major landmarks/areas
County-wide topics
World-famous residents
Professional sport teams
Minor towns
Chequers, Aylesbury Vale
History of Buckinghamshire
Mark Webber, Benjamin Disraeli
Wycombe Wanderers F.C.
Burnham, Princes Risborough
Mid Nationally known residents
Well known areas of the county
Nationally-known secondary schools
Parliamentary constituencies
Top-level non-professional sport teams
Jonathan Dimbleby
Chiltern Hills
Wycombe Abbey
Amersham (UK Parliament constituency)
Aylesbury United F.C.
May include well-known villages
Low Minor areas of the county
Most schools
Miscellaneous articles
Long Crendon, River Ray
Mandeville Upper School
H10 Bletcham Way