anonymous
  • anonymous
i am currently in bachelors.so is mit open course ware for bachelors or for high school??i always find it doubtful..
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anonymous
  • anonymous
MIT is a very reputable university for people in a wide range of fields. They have been around since the beginning of the computer age I think.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Of course OCW is a division I of MIT and you would just have to check it out for yourself.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think most of the mit course which is well projected is for the college level, first or second grade. if you want to study your major thing like a quatum physics, optics, OCW just shows you basic idea to study that subject. like a fundemental physics

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It has course materials for all including graduate students, undergraduate students and high school students.

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