My Story

Hey Everyone,

I wanted to take a bit of your time to communicate my story to you all. I would say I am a regular at Brilliant. Up to now, I think I've never had a huge problem solving streak, even though they're kind of easy since you could basically just solve any problem from the level below intermediate which I can't remember the name of right now. However, I do enjoy math and science a lot. I am from a small country in the middle of America, as in the continent, which is called Honduras. My native language is Spanish. The main reason I've been coming to Brilliant more often right now is because I'm on break from school and I've had a bit more time to be here. I believe I found out about Brilliant about five months ago when a teacher told me that I would have lots of fun in here. Turned out to be true. Brilliant is quite fun actually. I participated in the National Mathematics Olimpiads and the National Physics Olympiad; I did not use Brilliant to prepare for those but I've been revisiting many topics in Math and Physics lately thanks to Brilliant. I do not have Brilliant Premium because I cannot afford that, but Brilliant has shown me that it is really good at what its doing.

Thanks for taking your time to read this, Bye

P.S. I just felt like writing, so I did it.

Note by César Castro
3 years, 5 months ago

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"It is very humble of oneself to appreciate the good things. Gratefulness makes you a better person."

I'm a mere student like you too with a passion for engineering sciences. Brilliant has helped me a lot in making everything interesting and fun to do. I'm sure you'll benefit from the community as well. I hope you have a good time around. Feel free to ask for any help through this note. Just tag me in @Tapas Mazumdar!

Tapas Mazumdar - 3 years, 5 months ago

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That is great! I am hoping you enjoy it here.

Agnishom Chattopadhyay - 3 years, 5 months ago

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