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I'm designing a quizz with jQuery. It has 4 counters: "correct answer", "wrong answer", "timer" and "score". Each counter has a little icon describing the counter.

I have found good jQuery UI icons for all counters except "score". Any suggestions?

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A few ideas: a paper clipboard image (associated with someone writing down the score), a flip-over scoreboard, an abstract star/hexagon/shield, or a domain-specific reward (coin, treasure, heart, flower, horseshoe, etc.).

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I went for the jQuery UI icon-ui-clipboard. Thanks a bunch! – Randomblue Sep 3 '11 at 13:39

This one enter image description here

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This question was closed. Bad idea. You saved my day, instead... +1 – gd1 Aug 19 '12 at 20:55
@gd1 thanks, good luck – igor Aug 19 '12 at 21:00

I'd consider using some kind of a star, maybe an 8+ point star so that it doesn't look like a some kind of a bonus counter.

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I've also often seen coins and diamonds or some objects thematically related to the game used as score icons but that may not be possible in your case.

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How about a tally score type icon:
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