# Getting problems accepted.

How do we make sure that brilliant accepts our problems and gives it a rating other than just posting it in the forum with no rating?

Note by Sagnik Saha
4 years, 8 months ago

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Do all the problems shared have to be completely the creation of the person posting the problem? I am asking because i'm working hard to make all these problems entirely myself and not just modifying the problems of some competitions or the problems of o the exercises in some math books. Thank you!

- 4 years, 8 months ago

All shared problems are posted directly to the newsfeed, and appear to your followers, who may decide to reshare your problems. Interesting problems are then reshared to the community. In the coming weeks, I will provide a list of tips that you can use to make your problems more interesting.

We are looking into a system which would help us assign ratings to submitted problems, after they have been worked on by several members.

Staff - 4 years, 8 months ago