Accurate Rank in Stats

The stats always show a rough percentile of rank - For eg 98% or 67% etc. But that is not enough as it doesn't give an insight on how am I performing compared to others. 98% might be a good percentile score if it's in comparison to 100k (or 100,000) people but it might be bad if it's compared to 100 people.

So can you provide accurate ranks along with the percentile score provided? For eg -

Your rank is 98,000/100,000

Also, Brilliant is open to people of all ages and professions, from a rocket scientist to primary school student . While I do agree that age doesn't matter in solving problems, age-wise grouping of percentile would be helpful too.

Note by Aryan Gaikwad
5 years, 7 months ago

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Thanks for this feedback Aryan, in the future we will definitely give you a more granular break down of your ranking, most likely by age.

Out of curiosity, are there other ranking metrics you would be interested in? E.g. percentile rank in your city/country? Or anything else? We would value your suggestions :)

Peter Taylor Staff - 5 years, 7 months ago

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I have received rank of Alegrba about 6 :) as shown in chart, and 100% percentile, but I am 13 and just able to solve level 3 quizz. What does all that mean?

Phan Nhật Minh - 2 years, 8 months ago

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I think rank within age , age range, and country should be useful.

Phan Nhật Minh - 2 years, 8 months ago

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I don't get why you have this value system at all. I don't care about my scores in comparison to other people, just if I am improving or not. A metric for this would be very beneficial as I think it would also increase my motivation to do more exercises.

D. B. - 5 months, 1 week ago

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