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How to rate a problem ?

How do I need to rate a problem as many of my problems haven't got a rating... Pls Help.

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Note by Parag Zode
2 years ago

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First, select a suitable level for your problems.

Next, as people attempt the problem over time, we will become more certain of the rating. Past a certain threshold, the rating is revealed. As such, the best way is to make your problem interesting, which would entice people to click on it and solve it.

This is not a technical glitch like you claim, but a safety mechanism to limit the effects of people whom inaccurately report the level of the problem. We are trying to be aggressive with revealing this early, and I believe we have gotten it to a state where almost all ratings are reasonably stable when revealed, and the occasional outliers that get through are due to intentional abuses. Calvin Lin Staff · 2 years ago

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@Calvin Lin Sorry sir ,but what do you mean by " intentional abuses " . Thanks for the same . Azhaghu Roopesh M · 2 years ago

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@Calvin Lin Then we will have to be very careful while selecting the level of a problem , lest unrated then we have to start afresh. Parag Zode · 2 years ago

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I see that you have a lot of followers , so I think if your problems are reshared then you shouldn't have any problem . Azhaghu Roopesh M · 2 years ago

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You should estimate a rating for your problem when you submit the problem. After some views, attempts, and solutions are carried out your rating will be edited by a computer program designed for this goal. Guiseppi Butel · 2 years ago

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@Guiseppi Butel Yes Sir ,but I've tried to rate each problem but only a handful of problems are given the desired rating. For rest ,It comes like this \[\text{Level Pending (100 points)}\]. Maybe I think this technical glitch does not allow the problem to disclose it in "community" section. Parag Zode · 2 years ago

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@Parag Zode mine too............. Sravanth Chebrolu · 1 year, 11 months ago

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@Parag Zode I think there is a specific number of views needed to give it a level Marc Vince Casimiro · 2 years ago

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