Hi there!

I'm really enjoying using Brilliant and solving the multitude of problems! Currently, I'm on level three for most topics, however I really want to learn the techniques and theory to successfully approach the higher level questions.

Are there any resources that will help me boost my ability and skill at solving problems from Olympiads etc.?

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TopNewestThanks for the advice guys! AoPS looks great and I've ordered a few books from them :)

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I'd like add something. Even if you learn enough techniques, that does not mean that you'll be a good problem solver. Problem solving skills come from solving lots of problems. Techniques are like tools. It helps you when you have a lot of them, but they are useless if you can't apply them. So I suggest you take a problem-oriented approach to learning.

Just keep solving problems and you'll be good!

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aops is really the best resource out there. Watch some instructional videos, discuss problems with people, and try your skills out with FTW!. Also, if you can, order some of their books. :D

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Definitely AoPS.

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@Calvin Lin @Daniel Liu @Finn Hulse

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I see that you have @mentioned Calvin here. Click on his profile and then click on sets located at the left hand side of his profile. You'll be able to find many sets that discuss different techniques in different topics.

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Thanks - I forgot to tag you in as well :) I've had a look at them but I was looking for something in more depth?

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