# How much time do you spend on brilliant?

How much time do you spend solving, do you do it in one day or keep trying all week. Do you spend allot of time on one problem that you are not able to solve or move on and look at the one's that were tough later. According to you which is the best way to go about solving questions on brilliant. Do you look up related theory for the question you could not solve.

Thank you.

Note by Sahebjot Singh
5 years ago

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I used to do most of them in one day and have nothing much to do for the rest of the week. Now, because of the fact that I am really busy almost every day I spread out my work. I think trying to do all of the problems at once is beneficial because for the ones you don't get, I feel as if I work on them subconsciously and I spontaneously come up with the solution.

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