I'd like to know whether it's possible to reset one's progress on Brilliant (without creating a new account, of course.)

I used Brilliant frequently almost a year back, and now it's sort of disconcerting. I'd really like to start all over again, if that's possible.

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No it's not.

You can deactivate your account, and sign up with a new one (using the same email address).

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Hi Calvin. I tried this and it didn't seem to work. Is there any other way?

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If you "tried this", I'm guessing that you reactivated your account, instead of signing up for a new account, which is why your process was not reset. Note that signing up for a new account will lose the premium subscription.

For the courses, you can restart the quizzes if you desire.

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