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By beast_07, history, 7 weeks ago, In English

Hello friends! As you can see my profile, I am a pupil coder with rating 1311, but I think I should be a 1500+ rated coder(as I can solve problems with 1500 difficulty on my own). The only thing is that, I couldn't handle pressure during the contest and do mistakes. So can you please tell me, how should I stay focused and give my best during the contest?

 
 
 
 
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I think I should be nutella, but I'm still 1512.

Sir, it doesn't matter what you think you are.

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    Bro I just wanted to say that, I can solve problems with 1500 difficulty on my own. I just can't handle the pressure during the contest, that's why I am asking for help.

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      Yeah everyone can solve a lot more on their own than in contest. I have a 50% solve rate for 1800 problems, but I'm still 1512 rated. That's life.

      Time is a thing that exists. Solving problems without time limit is significantly easier than with time limit.

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Auto comment: topic has been updated by beast_07 (previous revision, new revision, compare).

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Dude what it matters is confidence. Beleive me. It works like magic.

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    Dude what it matters is skill. Beleive me. It works like magic.

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      Both matter. And no, there is no magic. It is study and practice, several months and years of it.

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        there is no magic

        That's what the gm's want you to think.

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I don't know if it helps you, but I train by trying to solve 1600 rated problems in less than 25 minutes. Yes, I time myself to improve my speed. It helped me to improve.

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You will not believe

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