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 2 years ago
Hello everybody,
I will be taking the Classical Mechanics course online, at home & (if anybody knows) my first question is: How many times a week is a lecture given? This will help in organizing my time better, to watch the lectures & study the material.
 2 years ago
Hello everybody, I will be taking the Classical Mechanics course online, at home & (if anybody knows) my first question is: How many times a week is a lecture given? This will help in organizing my time better, to watch the lectures & study the material.

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RoamingBlue
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Comparing this course to the current one offered on campus to MIT Students, it looks like by week 2 they're studying what's in module 2 here. So, I suspect, if you want to complete this course in approximately the same timeframe that a traditional student would complete the inclass version, you'd need to do approximately one module per week. Of course, as this is neither timed nor graded, you may take as much or little time as you want :)
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