# Solution

I wonder how Brilliant decide whether a person is to submit a full solution to a problem. Since I've not been able to submit solution for several weeks and suddenly I was asked to submit up to two solutions in the Geometry Part. I am really curios on ow they decide.

Note by Lawrence Limesa
5 years ago

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Same here, last week I wasn't asked to submit solutions. This week I was asked 3 times! FAQ says it's random, but I have a feeling that whenever I solve a problem very fast (like be among the first 10 people to solve a problem) I very regularly get the invite to post a solution.

- 5 years ago

Being the first 10 ppl might give more chance, but in my case, which I find unusual, I was more than the 100th to answer the question..

- 5 years ago