1. (not true) The ratings are timed out, i.e you lose them after a fixed period such as two weeks

2. (true) You gain ratings by solving problems correctly but you lose ratings for answering a problem incorrectly

3. (not true) you lose ratings by opening up a problem and then giving up and exiting that problem without a solution

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TopNewestYou do not lose points.

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Do you mean rating? You don't lose points. If you do mean rating, then i) isn't true. Only ii) is true

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Siddhartha, you are correct, I did mead ratings. And thank you for your explanation

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:/ I misread the ii) part. Only the first part is true. I'm pretty sure the second part of ii) (the opening a question part) is false. You don't lose rating (I think) for just looking at a question. The only way to lose ratings (Again not sure) is by answering a question wrong.

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For clarity, I have edited your note.

You can track your rating changes on the Stats page

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Thank you Calvin. I appreciate you taking the time to respond to my post.

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