How can I join MIT?
While MIT doesn’t require specific high school courses for admission, it does recommend the following courses:
- One year of high school physics.
- One year of high school chemistry.
- One year of high school biology.
- Math, through calculus.
- Two years of a foreign language.
- Four years of English.
How many Indians get MIT?
By Citizenship and Degree Level
Is there any exam for MIT?
Yes. In addition to the SAT or ACT, you will also have to take at least two SAT subject tests. These are tests that you can take to showcase your particular skills. As a math and science-focused institution, MIT requires you to take either the Math Level 1 or Math Level 2 subject test.
What courses do MIT offer?
Subjects by Course number:
- Course 1 Civil and Environmental Engineering.
- Course 2 Mechanical Engineering.
- Course 3 Materials Science and Engineering.
- Course 4 Architecture.
- Course 5 Chemistry.
- Course 6 Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
- Course 7 Biology.
- Course 8 Physics.
What famous person went to MIT?
|Katharine Dexter McCormick||SB – Biology||1904|
|Bruce Morrison||SB – Chemistry||1965|
|David Nolan||SB – Political Science||1965|
|John Olver||PhD – Chemistry||1961|
Which course is best in MIT?
Most Visited Courses
|MIT Course#||Course Title||Level|
|6.0001||Introduction to Computer Science and Programming in Python||Undergraduate|
|18.01SC||Single Variable Calculus||Undergraduate|
|6.006||Introduction to Algorithms||Undergraduate|
What is MIT best known for?
While MIT is perhaps best known for its programs in engineering and the physical sciences, other areas—notably economics, political science, urban studies, linguistics, and philosophy—are also strong. Admission is extremely competitive, and undergraduate students are often able to pursue their own original research.
Is Oxford better than MIT?
Like MIT and Stanford, Oxford has a centre to support best teaching practice among its staff….Teaching Pillar.
|Rank in pillar||=5|
|Position in World University Rankings||1|
|Institution||University of Oxford|
Does MIT offer free courses?
MIT has partnered with the edX platform to develop dozens of free online courses. Now anyone has the opportunity to experience the rigorous courses that MIT has to offer and broaden their knowledge on topics in science, engineering, and technology. For more information, please visit www.edx.org/school/mitx.