im a 15 year old freshman at high school hoping to further myself in computer knowledge. is the right course for me and will this count for a highschool or college credit?
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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I'm not sure which course you're looking at to tell you whether it's the right one for you or not. In addition, while the school does not directly give you any credit towards high school or college, successful completion of any of the courses should give you the knowledge to at least test out of a college level class without taking it. Your best bet is to start at the beginning (like with 6.00 intro to computer science) and go at your own pace. You may have to do some extra research on it just based on your youth, but there is no reason you can't do as well or better than anyone else at the course with some effort. It will be good for you to, as it will help you see problems differently which can give you a very big advantage in your other classes.
Sorry, i didn't see that you were already looking at 6.00; yes, go for it.
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Hi Skyler. If you have not completed at least algebra and perhaps pre-calculus you may struggle with some of the concepts presented in this course. Nothing to lose by trying though. As was already pointed out there is no college credit awarded, but the knowledge you gain will definitely help give you a jump-start on college and may allow you to skip certain courses (dependent upon school policies).