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Can I get certificate on this program after completion?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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Students who earn a passing grade on 9 problem sets (programming assignments - 15-20 hours each), 2 quizzes, and a final project will get an honor code certificate from HarvardX. Students may take CS50x at their own pace, starting anytime after October 15, 2012 and finishing anytime before April 15, 2013.
So am to wait till october 15 2012 before enrolling? are a student yet? help me where do I study?
Ecrest you can register here i have also registered for the course along with CS 6.00 and joined a study group, you can also join us here

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You will get the certificate if you complete the same course offered follow the link
i have just registered too

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