The weekly problem cycle currently does run from Sunday to Sunday Pacific Standard Time. I believe that means that it runs from early monday morning to monday your time. In either scenario you get the same amount of time to work on the problems, though I guess some people might get more weekend time to work on a problem set at the beginning of a cycle than others. We will se if there are things we can do to make that more fair.

What if the problem sets would be given early saturday morning? It would be a great start of my weekend, and that way I can concentrate more on school during the week, for I'll have finished my problems already :)

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TopNewestHi Satish,

The weekly problem cycle currently does run from Sunday to Sunday Pacific Standard Time. I believe that means that it runs from early monday morning to monday your time. In either scenario you get the same amount of time to work on the problems, though I guess some people might get more weekend time to work on a problem set at the beginning of a cycle than others. We will se if there are things we can do to make that more fair.

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What if the problem sets would be given early saturday morning? It would be a great start of my weekend, and that way I can concentrate more on school during the week, for I'll have finished my problems already :)

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