I am really happy that tags like #Biology and #Chemistry are added. However, I have no idea how to find my level in those topics. How should I do it?
Please help me. I have the same problem in Chemistry section too..

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Currently we have #Chemistry and #Biology in the "official tags" section, but you cannot get a level in those tags yet as there is not quite enough activity in them to make having a level meaningful.

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TopNewestYou can see Pete's announcement Improved Sidebar And Easier Browsing On Brilliant for more details

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Ahah, I'll wait and see. :P There was like an assessment system when I first joined this... I wonder about the difficulty range... :-0

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Also they don't have rated questions.But adding chem was a good idea.

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The assessment seems to be nowhere now! =(

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I too wish to have some level on these

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Same here. I solved some rated questions but didn't get a level.

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me too!

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Same here.

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Chemistry my favorite...........pls inform as soon as possible

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@Ankit Chabarwal @Sharky Kesa @Shaksham Kapoor @Vishnuram Leonardodavinci The way ratings now work, when a member first joins, he is assigned a rating based on the difficulty of the problems he solves. Also, Sharky, what rated problems did you solve?

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One of the problems were Practice: Relative Mass.

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However, when I see the problem in the feed, it says that it is unrated.

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