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I hope that during the day the professor or someone tell us clearly how the course is. I think the instructions are not entirely clear.

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I agree..I am also confused as to where the course material is once I got to that page I was able to navigate the course myself. once you've navigated that for a while, start at this page and then either watch the embedded youtube video, or click the links underneath to get the videos through iTunes, for use on your mobile device.
exactly!! somethings arent clear yet. for example... is any date to do the final test?? :O

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You can follow your own schedule and take the final whenever you're ready, from what I can tell!

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