I posted a problem in Geometry recently named "I can't see!".

It stated that I was unrated in Geometry even though I have a Level 5 rating.

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TopNewestI'm trying to parse what you're saying.

"It stated that I was unrated in Geometry even though I have a Level 5 rating."

Your own level/rating will not appear on a problem. Your own level is available on the stats page, and on the profile page.

If you are referring to "the problem appears unrated", then yes that would be the case till enough people have worked on the problem for us to determine an accurate rating for it.

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That refers to the level of the problem, not the user.

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The rating of a posted problem has nothing to do with the rating of the author who posted it. I notice that it has been assigned an initial rating of Level 3, but it needs more solvers before Brilliant.org computes a "real" rating for it, based on the number of attempts and solvers. Give it time. But I do notice that Brilliant.org lately has been having problems with the rating not appearing at top as it should. It's a bug.

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