Hi there I want to know if it is possible to leave a topic e.g. the physics category because I have not learnt a majority of the topics being discussed and tested.

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TopNewestNot doing a category of problems on Brilliant in no way counts against you. If you would like to leave physics, simply stop doing the problems. Remember, Brilliant is not a test, an exam, or a class in which you are graded. The point of Brilliants problem sets are merely to challenge you for fun and self improvement. When you start taking physics classes, the topics will become more familiar, you can start where you left off and quickly improve.

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Thanks!

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You do not need to answer the questions if you do not want to. Your level will stay constant till you start working on the problem set again.

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Thanks!

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