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how come i'm stuck at a smart score of 54? Why won't it go higher?

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I think it is because the higher your smartscore gets the harder it is to level-up. I'm not 100% on how the smartscore works but it would also be harder to increase your smartscore without increasing the level of work you do as the smartscore is relative to the "amount of work" others are doing rather than just increasing with increasing help/answering etc. Does that make sense?
It gets harder to level up after 50.
Mathematically speaking , your smart score has a variation like the graph mentioned the higher you move the more you have to work for scoring much |dw:1352432480224:dw|

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smartscore isn't linear...
Yeah, I would have though it would have been more like: |dw:1352509932801:dw|
Thanks. I just thought it was a coding error, but i was wrong. thx for explaining it.

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