Everyone else is doing it :D

A few facts about myself: I'm 13 and I love Maths! I study in a school called Raffles Institution. Also, I'm a moderator on Brilliant for a few topics such as Algebra and Number Theory (I don't know whether I'm supposed to reveal this :D)

I'll leave more details to the comments. Have fun! :D

(I hope this works out just like all the rest of the messageboards, which have had great responses (probably because they have loads of followers like Finn Hulse and I only have 350+))

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TopNewestSo what do moderators actually do out there ?

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We help to edit problems for clarity and promote posts to improve the experience for everyone :D

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And what is raffle institution, is it a big school organization? because most brilliant people from Singapore are in it.Can you explain this?

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Its about midnight now in Singapore, I'll explain tomorrow :D

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ok got it

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In Primary \(6\) (equivalent to Year \(6\)), every student in Singapore has to take an examination known as the PSLE (Primary School Leaving Examination). Subjects such as English, Chinese, Math and Science are covered. The T-score of each student is computed (it's quite complicated because it's the relative score of each student to one another and not simply the sum of all the test scores). In this case, Raffles Institution (and a few other independent schools) are regarded as the 'top-tier' secondary schools out there (Year \(7-12\)) and usually you have to get \(\geq 260\) to gain entry. The top scorer in Singapore (I think) achieved a score of \(275\). I got \(268\) :)

That's why in the Singapore Maths Olympiad, the top \(30\) usually consists of students from RI :)

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@Victor Loh

Thanks for the information, what are you tested one, i mean since you are in grade 6?Log in to reply

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I hope the following comment doesn't become controversial.

YES! I have seen that Brilliant has a lot, almost half of the members from India and SINGAPORE. So, yes, USA, this time, it's Asia winning the race for the love of MATHS.

But yes I think that Brilliant doesn't have a moderator from India. Is there any??

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It's not hard to guess one.

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Sharky Kesa? I don't know for sure.

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The latest post in this messageboard in 20 days!

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Really? Who's he/they? I have some names in my mind who can be...

BTW, celebration time for you!!!!

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News apart, ah I liked that Inde[french for India(for those couldn't understand)]. Yes, I have it as a 3rd language in my school but i don't know if I am good at it because the real challenge comes only when talking to a real french guy..

Maintenant, tu sais 4 langues - l'Hindi(je pense), l'anglais, le francais, et Tamil....!!!!!!!

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@Victor Loh ?

Well I actually watched the whole match. The thrills were clearly visible in the 4th set when FedEx clawed back from a break down to clinch it 7-5. Congrats to Djoker. And about my avatar, I only admire his game. As such I don't support any individual. Do you follow tennis everytime ? How about youLog in to reply

Back to studies(although fully after the WC) and I really want some help especially in Geometry, E&M, and Calculus. being my elder, please advice me something!!!!

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@Victor Loh also comes in this conversation.

H.C. Verma and IE Irodov, yeah, I have them(one PDF and other book) but don't have much strength to study them regularly, being a 10th grader. BTW, can you suggest me something for Geometry and I hopeLog in to reply

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Hello Victor XD How's life XD

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Lol ok :D

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Hi Charlton. Could you tell me how all you Raflles' people are uniformly so good at math?

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It's not really people in Raffles become good in math, its mainly because people good in math come to Raffles XD

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@Charlton Teo What is raffles institution?

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@Sharky Kesa

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Great Victor Loh congrats for becoming brilliant moderator.After all you are a great brillantir.

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Wow! That's news to me. How did you become a moderator??

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Please reshare this note :D

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Sure. Done. And will you please follow me!?

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Calvin sent me an invitation via email :)

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Hi Victor! Sorry about the false claim on Calvin Lin's Messageboard but I really wanted somehow to get the criterion(a) for becoming a moderator so could you fill me in?

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@Suyeon Khim What is the deal with this moderator stuff? I was absent for a month or so, so I don't know. Please fill me in!

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@Finn Hulse @Daniel Liu @Daniel Chiu and many others, are you moderators too? :D

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I was going to be but Mum said no.

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Awwww D:

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I don't know how to become one.

!?!?!?!

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You get chosen to be a nominee for moderator. You can accept or decline.

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too beastand that Aussie friend who Victor Loh always referred to on Slack? That was me! :DLog in to reply

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Hi :)

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Lol Hi Victor

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O.o hi

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