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TopNewestTHANKS FOR HELP !

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There is another one: www.edx.org

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Yeah its a wonderful website. I've attended a couple of courses there!

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Excelente para os estudos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I Agree !

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www.talentbuddy.co is a very nice problem solving platform as well,very much like brilliant for CS.

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One of the more renowned courses from edx is CS50x taught by David Malan at Harvard!

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codeacademy.com udacity.com

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udacity.org is good for computer science but doesn't go past algebra and basic stats for math.

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thnx!!

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Since U are studying up in St.Xaviers, I wanted to ask u something about the place and all .. Do u know that there is going to be a mathematics olympiad camp there from 22nd october ??

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Yeah, there is going to be one. Madhava Camp....

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Whats the terms and condition for the online courses??...........

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