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    What an average time period required for a member to reach the gold level in ISC?

    What time period in an average required for a member to reach the gold level in the isc?
    Comparing with the members in the India study channel what is the average time period to reach to the gold level of ISC.
  • #600840

    If you have the aim to achieve the gold level it all depends on the performance and zeal. Total 1000 points needed to be a gold member and you have already achieved almost half mark. Daily contribute to the tune of 50 points per day. That means participate in all the sections by raising threads, responding to the posts and also by giving experts answers in ask experts section and also raising some good self written articles which can get you more points. Surely within 10 days you can achieve the gold level with ease. And if you want to achieve diamond level , contribute at least for 100 points daily and that too can be achieved shortly.


    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #600850
    Yes, Thanks alot for this more information about the isc points and a great response to the questions.
    Reguards -
    Sukanya

  • #600852
    To become a gold member you have to get 1000 points. Already as mentioned by Mr.Mohan, I understand you have scored 500 points. Another 500 points required. What is your present average score . You divide 500 with your average score which will give you the number of days required for reaching that level .you can try 50 points a day as suggested by the senior most member of the site, in another 10 days. You aim at submitting some good articles which will give you good score. You can also participate in Ask Expert and Forum sections also. The more you score, the faster you will become gold member. All the best to you.
    drrao
    always confident


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