Agreed, and that's why we decided to go with 8 questions per topic (20 total per week) as a reasonable amount that students can handle. I certainly do not need parents bugging me about their kids being up at 2am working on Brilliant problems :)

Each set that you get is a mix across different levels. If you look at the featured solution, or even the "also solved by" list, you will see that those students are at different levels than you.

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It should not include students from other levels; the leader board by level is based on how students who started out the week in that particular level performed.

However, note that since we update the levels displayed in the profile during the week, students who have been doing well (and hence appear high in the leader board) could be due for a promotion. As such, the Level 4 leader board could list several 'level 5' students. These students did the Level 4 problem set, and were promoted during the week.

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If you're in level 5, the top 50 will not include students from other levels, but if you're not, it may include students from other levels because they might level-up upon solving all/few problems for that week.

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TopNewestBrilliant is only a supplement to your personal studies, in my opinion.

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Agreed, and that's why we decided to go with 8 questions per topic (20 total per week) as a reasonable amount that students can handle. I certainly do not need parents bugging me about their kids being up at 2am working on Brilliant problems :)

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You can't :(

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You already are viewing problems from lower and higher levels.

Come back every week for more practice and more points.

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Wait, how?

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Each set that you get is a mix across different levels. If you look at the featured solution, or even the "also solved by" list, you will see that those students are at different levels than you.

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However, note that since we update the levels displayed in the profile during the week, students who have been doing well (and hence appear high in the leader board) could be due for a promotion. As such, the Level 4 leader board could list several 'level 5' students. These students did the Level 4 problem set, and were promoted during the week.

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