Q. If Q & A stands for question and answer (as in a Q & A session), how would you make this a plural, as in “The police officer recorded the [questions and answers] in his notebook”? I assume Qs & As is correct but would appreciate your confirmation.
A. The styling “Qs & As” (with spaces) implies “questions and answers.” For a question-and-answer session, however, we write “Q&A” (with no spaces) and “Q&As” for the plural. The meanings are close but not identical.