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FROM: palchev

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FROM: Chargers

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Who are solvers?

 Hi,

 

I have recently created an account in hopes of trying to reach a goal in my apre time. Is there anyone like me, or are the Solvers all proffesionals? Age seems to be a problem. I'm so young, how can I compete with top notch inventers? I was going to try to get a little team of classmates to join our little school group. But now, it seems to me that I have jumped into the wrong boat. Do i belong here? Is there anyone like me?

FROM: cooljunaid123

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RE: Who are solvers?

 yes me

 

FROM: vursu

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RE: Who are solvers?

 Do you have an open mind? If yes, WELCOME to our group!

Don't worry about age. A fresh mind can solve many general problems better and in innovative ways. I can tell you that out of my own experience (I am 50). Yes, you will not be able to solve "new process to isolate methylene with SiCu catalysts at sub-zero temperatures" (I made that up) but, most probable nobody else will.

I tackle challenges where seekers ask for "new way" of doing something. I like those.

Read about the winners. Most of them won challenges that have nothing to do with their professional background. 

Read, learn and understand how things work. You will be a winner.

Good luck!

Val

FROM: nimra999

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RE: Who are solvers?

Yeah I'm in the exact same situation, and I'm also curious if there are other students doing this and if any of them have been successful.

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