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Exam? Is this like, an OpenStudy sponsored thing? Who's administering the exam? (I know absolutely nothing about this.)
3.091 is the first undergraduate course in solid state at MIT.
3.091x is an undergraduate course in solid state chemistry given through MITx. The first midterm exam is being given online through 11:59 pm EST Sunday, November 18, so please wait until then before posting questions or answers from the exam. Good luck everyone! :)

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you guys shuld be Ambassadors,good the exams are controlled for time right ...

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