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Hi! Im a rising sophomore in high school and I've never experienced computer programming before in my life. Was it a smart choice to take this class? I feel after the first quiz it wasn't the best decision

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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hi i propose read 3 chapters before programming or take quiz. if you need help, please write me. I want learn we form a team. (my English is not good)
I think it is a smart choice, Python is a easy way to introduce you to computer programming. Don't panic. The secret is practice, practice and practice.
one thing about a self-paced course is that if you don't completely understand something you can spend as much time and research as you need till you do understand it. what kind of problems did you have on the first quiz?

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