We don't have a certain study program in the generally accepted form. The main problem of any program is that it is difficult to make a universal plan, to set the topics, its order and time frame for each of them. The topics and pace will be different for each student. In SPGuide we stick to the practice-oriented approach and focus on the blank sides. You do not study the things you already know, but focus on topics you did not manage to solve the problems. For example, there are 50 problems on timus.online but you pass only 35 of them, then we find out the topics of the remaining 15 problems and discuss them in the next class.
That's why there is no general study program, but there is one built for each student individually. Thus, the more problems you try to solve, the easier it is to identify the topics you know well and the topics that are your weak points. With our approach you are expected to have a small but capacious theoretical part and extensive practice that suits your level.
Another feature of our school is that we first "go" widely, and then deeply. The classical approach is completely different: you study the first topic from the beginning to the end, then the second, the third, and so on. In our school we discuss the first topic briefly, then the second one in the same way, etc. So you almost in no time will have an idea of how to solve the simplest problems. Undoubtedly, at first there will be only topics with simple problems so that you can cope with them, then we move to more complex ones and step by step we learn these topics as well.