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Gettu betur (English: Make a Better Guess) is an Icelandic team quiz show, broadcast on public television channel RÚV. Each team consists of three students from one of Iceland's high schools or colleges. Two teams play against each other in each episode. Two preliminary rounds are broadcast on radio station Rás 2, followed by televised quarter-final, semi-final and final rounds on RÚV. Thirty schools participated in the 2011 season. The current host is Kristjana Arnarsdóttir.

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  • Gettu betur (English: Make a Better Guess) is an Icelandic team quiz show, broadcast on public television channel RÚV. Each team consists of three students from one of Iceland's high schools or colleges. Two teams play against each other in each episode. Two preliminary rounds are broadcast on radio station Rás 2, followed by televised quarter-final, semi-final and final rounds on RÚV. Thirty schools participated in the 2011 season. The current host is Kristjana Arnarsdóttir.
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  • Gettu betur (English: Make a Better Guess) is an Icelandic team quiz show, broadcast on public television channel RÚV. Each team consists of three students from one of Iceland's high schools or colleges. Two teams play against each other in each episode. Two preliminary rounds are broadcast on radio station Rás 2, followed by televised quarter-final, semi-final and final rounds on RÚV. Thirty schools participated in the 2011 season. The current host is Kristjana Arnarsdóttir. Gettu betur was first held in 1986. Menntaskólinn í Reykjavík has won the contest 20 times overall, first in 1988, and then eleven times in a row, from 1993 to 2003, from 2007 to 2010 and in 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016. The only other schools to win more than once are Menntaskólinn á Akureyri, with three wins and Kvennaskólinn í Reykjavík with two.
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