• anonymous
I'm starting this course as a precursor to enrolling in college program, just curious how you guys broke down the units 1-3 in terms of hours per day? I understand its go at your own pace but its easier for me personally if I break it down in terms like that
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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  • anonymous
It's going to depend on your learning style somewhat. The first class video the prof sets the expectation for: 2 hours of class (taking notes), 1 hour of recitation (reviewing notes, notecards, asking questions), 9 hours of excersizes (about 4.5 hours per problem set); which totals 12 hours per week. Once you do one week worth of assignments, it will give you an idea how much time you'll need to accomplish your personal goal.

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