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How can I make my application to the Eelctic circuit course, this new one that have a certified?

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  1. jeansilvio
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    I would like to know same thing!

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    there is no application as such just u have to join the groups and start group study with the online friends or strangers as u think

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    http://mitx.mit.edu/ this is where you go to join, just found it myself

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    Course starts March 5th and ends June 8th :-)

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    Signed up!

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    See you all there :)

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