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how can we determine if we pass the course? I'm new here from the Philippines.

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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I would say that's something you'll have to judge for yourself. If you were able to answer the problem sets correctly and you feel you have a good grasp on the material, I'd say it seems like you passed. Since there is no rubric and you are not enrolled in the actual physical MIT class, your best judgement will tell you if you have "passed" to your own satisfaction.
Yea, there is really no pass/fail here. It isn't really a course in the sense that you're being graded. No one is going to give you credit for having done this except for yourself. So if you think you understand all the concepts taught, then you've done well. If you actually care about learning computer programming, then be hard on yourself. Never settle for "good enough", if you know what i mean.

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