how to level up? Do I need to answer all the problems for two consecutive weeks? How about if there's 1 wrong answer in the 2nd week and got all correct for the first week?

To level up you need to get all or most of the questions correct at your current level two weeks in a row. At the lower levels getting 14-15/16 correct is generally enough to level you up. At the higher levels generally you need to get all of them correct. If you get all the questions right in the first week and and only one wrong in the second week you will probably level up.

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TopNewestHi Christian,

To level up you need to get all or most of the questions correct at your current level two weeks in a row. At the lower levels getting 14-15/16 correct is generally enough to level you up. At the higher levels generally you need to get all of them correct. If you get all the questions right in the first week and and only one wrong in the second week you will probably level up.

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Thank you for the information sir...

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Hi Sir Peter... I'm currently Level 4 in Algebra and Number Theory, if that so, Would I level up to Level 5 next week given that I got 15/16?

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Sorry to get back so slow Christian. If you get 15/16 over two consecutive weeks I believe you will be leveled up.

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