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You mean...add an attachment..?
yah i just the ps0 file and i was wondering when are the assignments due? and how and where do we submit them?
what? What do you mean when the attachments are due...?
Hi @slizzy . Here on Openstudy, you can post your problems regarding different subjects. Like let's say if you want to post your math problems, go to Mathematics section and post your question on left where it says: Ask a question.
slizzy, it sounds like you are talking about MIT OCW courses. You don't have to submit assignments anywhere for those. Those are done on yr own. We offer a place to get and give help on them, but they don't have to be submitted anywhere once complete.
You may want to check out the http://mechanicalmooc.org/ which uses the OCWs and ourselves to create something a little more "official".
Thanks everyone for responding to my question, i thought the mini tests were being submitted, so is anyone one of you taking the 6.00x course?
Only some people here are taking that course. You can find them in the specific group for that course: http://openstudy.com/study#/groups/MIT%206.00%20Intro%20Computer%20Science%20(OCW) There are a bunch of other groups here though and consequently all of our users are somewhere different along their learning journey. Some are tied to OCWs and others aren't. You can explore these other subjects by clicking "Find More Subjects" or by clicking the horizontal blue bar at the top of the page.