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Oscars 2014: Make your picks and share your Academy Awards ballot

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The official voting period may have ended for the 2014 Oscars, but you still have time to make your predictions on who will leave the 86th Academy Awards with a new golden statuette.

Use our play-at-home ballot of all 24 categories, make your predictions, then save and share them on Facebook and Twitter. Hosting an Oscar viewing party? You can also print blank ballots to pass out to your guests.

Nine films earned nods for best picture this year, including top nominees “American Hustle” and “Gravity,” which led the field with 10 nominations each, and “12 Years a Slave,” which received nine nominations. All three films also earned director nods.

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If you haven’t seen all of the films or need a quick refresher on the contenders for the major categories, hover your mouse over the best picture nominees on the ballot or take a quick look at the cheat sheet. You can also compare notes with Gold Standard columnist Glenn Whipp’s predictions for all the categories, or check out what some pundits have picked to take the prize in the eight key categories.

For more in-depth analysis or to get some background on the nominees before you make your prediction check out The Envelope for The Times’ full Oscar coverage.

Make sure to check back to see how your picks stacked up once the winners are announced Sunday. The 86th Academy Awards will be held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and hosted by Ellen DeGeneres.

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