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How does this course work? Is there an official start date and a date when we have to sit exams? It says we will receive a certificate also which is an added bonus!

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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may be so but there are no exams which u have to attend and there is no official start date and as per the certificate it may be 50% true and 50% false
found it, if you go to the following url you can sign up, course starts on march 5th and ends march 8th http://mitx.mit.edu/
Hey thanks for the info. I might have to join up. Slight correction however, the end date is June 8th.

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got it.
lol, yeah! would be a lot to get through in 3 days lol

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