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Hello, I am new to this MIT online course thing. Can I take the course anytime I want? Could I take 6.00 this summer starting whenever I want? Is there a professor that I could email questions to? Thanks!

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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no profs - just read the readings, watch the videos, do the assignments. it is self paced. ask questions here.
If I am doing the assignments and I do not understand something, I can ask the question here and someone will help me?
yep. you might have to wait for someone to get on and see your question so be patient. I would recommend reading the Tutorial in the Python documentation and practicing all the examples that are given. Same goes with the reading assignments.

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so, you can take the anytime you want right?
the MIT OCW classes - yes

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