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Are all those "complete 3+ courses in a day" accounts real?

If they are real - how it is possible to finish the Python course in a day? (I'm not even speaking about additional courses). Are these accounts stand for group of people, or robots? Or I should start thinking I'm terribly stupid piece of homo sapiens...

1st Apr 2017, 8:29 PM
Denis Genov
9 Answers
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Real, very much real. Did they learn as much as those who spent months of practice on a single course? Not really.
2nd Apr 2017, 1:47 AM
Hatsy Rei
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Maybe someone just knows some of these languages and want to get xp for courses. Everyone likes get xp(Like real programming experience or just abstract 'xp' for courses) So i think they might be real
1st Apr 2017, 8:31 PM
WittyBit - avatar
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Because the courses are really easy...you usually have the q's answer in the page before.
1st Apr 2017, 9:00 PM
Karl T.
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if only we were able to re-do the courses for the XP....
1st Apr 2017, 8:57 PM
Burey - avatar
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Don't worry, I am with you! It took me tens of hours to complete Python course.
2nd Apr 2017, 2:37 AM
Krishna Teja Yeluripati
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Logically it is possible. If someone is experienced in these languages before, they can simply take the shortcut and get the certificate. Similarly if someone has a high IQ- above 150, they are considered to be a genius and thus, it is extremely possible for them to learn a couple of language in 1 day but then again, i could also be wrong.
1st Apr 2017, 8:31 PM
Mogammad Shameer Losper
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i know I've done three in a day, finished most within a few weeks, but i also had previous experience so it was mostly refresher courses for me. I would NOT suggest to do this however if you are just starting and /or want to retain everything you learn, its very counter productive, and just as an example i remember very little of ruby, swift and python as those were languages i didn't have much prior experience with, so finishing fast doesn't help at all
2nd Apr 2017, 12:01 AM
William La Flamme
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if you have experience in programming, then taking 3 basic level courses in a row it's posible.. you could take simmilar syntax languages (like c#, java) and a scripting language (like javascript) and it would be fast, not to mention html or css that are very easy... moreover you can take the shortcuts in each course to avoid all the very basic and obvious stuff or just take a fast look at it to see if there is something different
1st Apr 2017, 8:47 PM
Nelson Stevenson Sprovera
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It's really easy. Open a course you already know about (In my case Java; I'm an semiprofessonal Android developer), Click on the bottommost 'Take A Shortcut' button. Complete the rest of the lessons (if any).
28th Jun 2017, 6:11 AM
Borhan Uddin
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