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# Filtering questions by difficulty level

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27 Jul 2017, 11:01
Hi guys,

Is there any way to filter questions in the forum up to their success rates as mentioned in the upper-left side of each question? For example - can i found all the questions in the forum with 40% success rate or lower?

I know that there is a "question directory by topic & difficulty" but is seems that the level of the questions there is subjective, i mean it classified by the opinion of the person who published the question.

Cheers!
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27 Jul 2017, 21:16
oryahalom wrote:
Hi guys,

Is there any way to filter questions in the forum up to their success rates as mentioned in the upper-left side of each question? For example - can i found all the questions in the forum with 40% success rate or lower?

I know that there is a "question directory by topic & difficulty" but is seems that the level of the questions there is subjective, i mean it classified by the opinion of the person who published the question.

Cheers!

No, you cannot do that. The difficulty level of a question is calculated automatically based on the timer stats from the users which attempted the question (difficulty level is indeed assigned by the poster first but then it's get calibrated based on correct/incorrect answers and time spent on it). So, "success rate" and the difficulty levels are the same.
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Re: Filtering questions by difficulty level   [#permalink] 27 Jul 2017, 21:16
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