Enshrewd26's blog

By Enshrewd26, history, 5 weeks ago, In English

Total number of target problems — 2000

Target Rating — 2000

 
 
 
 
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Good luck!

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We will watch your carrier with great interest. All the best.

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Oh you sweet summer child!

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Controversial take: as someone who is rated >2000 on their main account, I'd actually advise against setting a big goal like this so far into the future. You've got to be realistic with yourself, why not start by solving 100 problems this month and setting a target rating of 1000?

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    completely agree with you!

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    2000 rated is a realistic goal I think, especially in a year. I know many people who achieved that much faster. It's just important to put in the consistent practice to reach that goal. (Also 1000 rated is hardly a goal but a baseline for most people with programming experience :think:).

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      I doubt most SWE's can solve div.2 A+B. It's quite challenging if you aren't used to them. I've heard of professional swe's who can't solve leetcode easies which are like 500 rated problems or something.

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    2000 in 1 year is doable. https://codeforces.com/blog/entry/83602 Kaunta orz