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I'm doing MIT. It is difficult for me. Anyone tell me how it can be easy for me?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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It is MIT we are talking about. It has to be difficult. Need a lot of hard work, and consistency. Everything has to be done at the right time. There will be a lot of (useful) suffering throughout. Why don't you talk to people who've already been at MIT. If you talk it out with them, will surely help you figure out things. And when I say talk...it means a one-to-one discussion. But remember! it is never going be easy. I do not intend to scare you. But you have to face the facts. best of luck!
i would say is it`s not easy but at the same time it`s not that difficult either.the thing is that there are points during lecture where it`s difficult to get hold of it at one go so repeated viewing and revision through recitation does help a lot ALL THE BEST

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