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# I'm new!

I'm new here, help me with what should I begin with! thank you

Note by Oum Imi
4 years, 7 months ago

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Welcome to Brilliant Oum!

There are many things you could do to begin with. It looks like you have already tried our weekly problem sets in math and physics, and even begun to pick your way through our practice section.

I would work your way through the rest of the weekly challenges, write down your work on the problems you solve, so that next week when the answers are made available you can see how to do the ones that stumped you, or potentially discover other ways of thinking about the ones you got right.

If you come across problems that use concepts that are foreign to you, check this page and other categories in the practice section to see if, we have written anything to help you with it. You also might be able to find an easier problem that uses one of the concepts in the problem you are challenged by.

Staff - 4 years, 7 months ago