How to submit a solution for the qualifying level questions ?

Hello everybody I hope this post does not break the rules. I made this account today and I wanted to know how I can write a solution for the questions I did to qualify for my level? IS it even possible? Thanks guys.

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4 years, 9 months ago

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Hi John,

Welcome! Currently we do not have a way for you to post a solution to the questions you solved to attain your level. We like to keep them a bit under-wraps to allow them to be a fair diagnostic to new user's like you. Additionally, thousands of people solve those diagnostic questions and they don't turnover on a weekly basis so we do not have a way to host a discussion around solutions to diagnostic problems that would not be a list of hundreds of solutions after the first couple weeks. This might change in the future, but for now you have to enter the weekly problem sets, to submit solutions.

Peter Taylor Staff - 4 years, 9 months ago

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