I'd like to inform the Brilliant community that we reviewed and responded to everyone who has so far submitted a math problem to be featured on a weekly Olympiad Challenge. We are still reviewing the contributed physics problems and we will be in touch with physics contributors in the near future.
We would like to thank everyone for the considerable effort they are putting into coming up with problems. Those whose problems have been selected will receive between 250 and 1000 points depending on the difficulty of the problem. Soon you will see user submitted problems featured more prominently in the weekly challenges.
We value all of your ideas and would love to feature as many people's contributions as possible. Please note that we only accept problems that are challenging, olympiad-level problems. Submitted problems should be clearly stated, understandable, relevant to a topic featured on the Brilliant site, and use proper LaTeX formatting.
We highly encourage all of you to get feedback from your friends, peers, or teachers before you submit a problem. This will help you find ways to improve the clarity and readability of your problem, as well as obtain feedback about your solution techniques.
In order to increase your chances of having your problem selected, please follow the complete submission guidelines
Thanks again to everyone, and please feel free to send us a problem whenever the inspiration strikes you.
The Staff at Brilliant