I was looking through the explore section, and I found that a lot of the problems that Ankit Vijay made were pretty nice. Although the English is not impeccable, the problems still get the point across. His problems are more for the lower levels, as they are quite elementary, so if you are a lower level and you need to practice your hand on problem solving, I suggest following him. He posts problems every day, too.

If anyone has any other suggestions for people to follow, feel free to post it in the comments.

EDIT: to clarify, if you have seen other people who have nice problems but do not yet have that much publicity, I encourage you to share their profiles.

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TopNewestApparently you yourself are not following him.

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This is because I do not need to practice easier problems.

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I too post good problems. Don't I? Check my profile and see

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@Krishna Ar

Yes I am going to advertise your problem do same with my physics problems.Log in to reply

@Mardokay Mosazghi

Sure Mardokay. But how would you?Log in to reply

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@Krishna Ar problems are great in the summary box" Krishna Ar

Yeah I guess and writing something like"Log in to reply

Hey, please tell me someone to follow, with nice problems in geometry (higher levels).

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@Sreejato Bhattacharya is someone you could try.

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@Victor Paes Plinio posts good problems, for lower levels.

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He has an insane amount of followers!

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Well you have more followers than him :D

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@Krishna Ar , is it? I never noticed it. One more thing I wanted to add, that is the English in his problems is not quite up to the mark, but the quality is good, for lower levels....

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This could be offtopic , but yet, could anyone tell me where I can find SMO (Singapore math olympiad) papers. Thanks. @Christopher Boo @Yuxuan Seah @Victor Loh @Finn Hulse

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PM SMOJ on AoPS.

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Thank you ^_^. I just joined AOPS two days back

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You have to buy them.

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Oh...do ya have any of them?

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I don't know, but I found some maybe related paper here.

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OH. thank you :)

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SMO papers are not available for free. And I just took SMO Junior today morning! Was quite hard though

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Oh! Do you have an e-version of any of them? Do you have today's paper? I would be grateful if you could give me links

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I think @Anqi Li and @Happy Melodies would know.

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@Krishna Ar Well you can check out Lim Jeck's blog for the papers and answers :)

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