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By Noluck_167, history, 5 weeks ago, In English

I have been trying to solve DIV2 C's for a long time and yes i do solve them ,but miss them by like 10-20 minutes.**Any suggestions on what can i do to improve timing and the rating range so that i can solve 30% of them**. Thank You.

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Solve A,B 10-20 min faster. Solve problems C out of contest and be more confident

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I face a similar problem, I am able to solve C (during the contest) and even sometimes D(after the contest mostly) but it usually takes me very long to do so could someone help me out in how to increase speed in general

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Just: practice practice practice practice practice practice practice practice practice and practice

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    Practice C from old contests ?

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      Yes, you can also practice questions of 1600 to 1800 rating to improve your skills. You can also practice some topics. If you don't believe me, you can see my practice logs and rating growth curves, the way I said it works.(From the translator, maybe the translation is a bit stiff)

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        But 1700 can turn out to be a lot tougher,so about how much time if i tried my best but couldnt solve i should look editorial.As for me for 1500 i look after 1.1 hours

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          Then write some questions that you can do in an hour or so, and feel like you still need to write some questions on the topic to reinforce the basics.