Frequently Asked Questions
What is cohort-based learning?
Cohort-based learning is a model in which students progress together through a course or program of study, receiving instruction and guidance from faculty, coaches, or mentors. In this model, the students are kept in small groups and typically remain together in the same group for the duration of the program. This type of learning emphasizes peer-to-peer learning, sharing perspectives, and developing meaningful relationships.
Will recordings of lessons be available for future reference?
You will have lifetime access to all recorded classes.
What are the coding prerequisites?
You should have command over one programming language and have learned basic algorithms. And you can code basic programming tasks easily. We do not teach introductory programming. We work on advanced algorithms and topics.
Will there be a class every day?
The Cohort's Live Sessions will occur on Mondays and Thursdays at the following time.
9:00 am to 10:30 pm Pacific Times
When is the cohort starting?
The next cohort is starting on May 1st 2023.
Can I get a refund if I'm not satisfied?
We strive to create a quality learning experience for our participants. If you are unsatisfied within the first 15 days of your cohort and would like to request a refund, please contact us promptly by email. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our refund policy, please do not hesitate to contact us.
What's the time commitment?
Life is busy. We know you don't have time to code all day.
By coding starting with easy problems and gradually building on top of them, you will spend no more than 90 minutes coding every day.
But this 90-minute habit of coding and submitting daily is the highest leverage habit.
On top of the daily coding, there are two (optional) live sessions per week as well as a weekly self-paced curriculum.
Couldn't I just do this myself with all of the free content out there?
Well... you could. And I encourage you to try it! Because if it works for you, great!
But chances are, you've tried coding on your own before. And between the hours it would take you to aggregate all of the free stuff and the headaches, you would have to try to code every day on your own...
We think the $100 is well worth it.
Will I pass a coding interview after solving 120 problems?
Some people could not land a good job even after doing 1000 DSA coding problems, and others might not have done a few problems and landed a job at Google. Passing interviews depend on many things. Solving 120 DSA problems will definitely better prepare you for such interviews. We are providing a framework, and community support, for you to build a capacity to solve these coding problems with ease and also have skills to continue doing more afterward.
Can I get the resources for self-paced study instead of a cohort-based course?
Yes, you can enroll in a self-paced video course at this link.
Yes, if you have a good understanding of basic DS&A and are willing to put effort, then this course is perfect for you. We had coding bootcamp students in past cohorts who did very well.