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Hey people.... I recently leveled-up here and solved some problems... I am asking advice once again... What does it feel like to solve Level 4 - 5 problems especially in Number Theory and Algebra? Also, I might solve some problems but some I don't. How should I deal with this? Does this affect (probably) my performance in olympiads?

Note by John Ashley Capellan
3 years, 6 months ago

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Well, If your question is How good does it feel, I must say it feels really good! I 've solved only a handful of level 5 problems :(, but definitely more than a 100 level 4 problems. I feel that the number theory problems here are too easy and some times give you a false indication of your level as in my case. Remember, Nobody can solve all the problems. This will definitely not affect your olympiad performance and I guess you've already got lot of prizes, SO I believe its good going!!!!

- 3 years, 6 months ago

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