Each month, we send a list to edX of anyone who qualified for a certificate in the previous month. Once they get the list, about a week later they will generate the certificates, which can be found as a link on your Dashboard.
So, depending on when in 2017 you completed everything, you should receive the certificate in the month afterwards.
If you think ...
According to the courseware page:
You are welcome to take CS50x at your own pace, per the Schedule, starting whenever you'd like, so long as you finish before 31 December 2014. (For those who finish before then, certificates will also be generated in June 2014 and September 2014.) So no worries if this is your first time here!
From my experience last ...
The 2014 syllabus states the following.
Students who earn a satisfactory grade (60% or higher) on every one of nine problem sets and on a final project will receive an honor code certificate from HarvardX as a downloadable, printable PDF.
Since the grades 0.11, 0, and 0 are all below 60%, which can also be expressed as 0.60, I'm afraid you are not ...
During the 2014 version of the course certificates were released multiple times throughout the year for people who finished early.
This is mentioned in the 2014 course FAQ.
If I finish the course before 31 December 2014, will I receive an Honor Code Certificate before 31 December 2014?
Yes, Honor Code Certificates will also be generated on 2 June 2014 and 3 ...
If one possesses prior knowledge in programming, then it should not take much time for him/her to complete this course. Only 5 months are left for deadline, so of course one needs to have a good amount of time to spend for the lectures. But the real problems occur at problem sets, when you can't figure out exactly what is going wrong with your code!
But all ...
An honor code certificate basically means that you verify yourself that you took the course. It is than up to the person reading your certificate to decide whether you did indeed complete the course or not. A verified certificate basically says that Edx verified that you took the course. They will ask for your camera to take a photo of you and compare it ...
No, those are simply some extra dates for folks who have finished by then and don't want to have to wait until after 31 December to get their certificates. The final deadline for the course is 31 December 2014, so you need to have finished by that date.
You can complete the course anytime and you codes will stay there in ide or with you.The deadline in gradebook is for students in Harvard and not for taking course on edx so you can pay and complete the course anytime by 31 Dec 2017 and you will be eligible for certification.
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All certificates have been issued for everyone who has qualified by the end of September.
Do you not see a link on your edX dashboard?
Do you see the green "you've qualified" banner on your cs50.me/gradebook ? Is your edX verification active?
Here are the required problems
CS50x pset requirements 2018
The newest and possibly the last batch of certificates for the 2014 offering of the course should be generated and available by January 31st 2015, according to the updated 2014 course info page.
If you did finish CS50x 2014 and met the syllabus's expectations for a certificate, your certificate should appear at courses.edx.org/dashboard as a downloadable, ...
So far, no. The only certificate is the Verified Certificate from edX. There have been no answers supplied re: CS50 Certificate or Honor Code Certificate, as mentioned in the FAQ (which was posted sometime in early 2016).
As far as I know one can audit the course on edX (that's how I am enrolled), which means no payment and no certificate, as per these ...
It seems that the official course deadline has indeed been changed to December 31st 2017. I was confused too, because there didn't seem to be any kind of announcement detailing an extension.
Regardless, two edX officials have responded to my query in reference to this inconsistency. They both said all work can be completed and submitted before December 31st ...
Certificates are issued once a month, usually at the beginning of the month. Looks like you missed the cycle by a few days. If you don't get it by the end of the first week of next month, contact staff.
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I won’t be able to finish the course before 31 December 2019. What will happen?
After 31 December 2019, the course will be updated to a 2020 version. Your progress from 2019 will be carried forward to the 2020 version. After 31 December 2019, ...
See the answer on your reddit post:
Certificates are issued in the first week of each calendar month, so the next round will be in November. You'll see a link on your edX dashboard when it's available.
In each pset in the How to Submit section, you're asked to head to a URL to submit a form.
I'm not sure whether the form submission is mandatory for getting the Honor Code certificate although the section explicitly mentions
Once you have submitted that form (as well as your source code), you
and it's step 2 of 2 of the submission process. ...
You must do the standard problem sets to get a certificate; Hacker Edition problem sets are completely optional and have no effect on grading or certificates in edX.
The CS50x 2014 syllabus covers this question in the section on Problem Sets:
Both editions essentially cover the same material. But the Hacker
Edition typically presents that material from ...
From the edX Student FAQ page:
How are edX certificates delivered?
EdX certificates are delivered online through edx.org. Once course grades are finalized, if you earned a certificate you will see it
available for download on your
Why did I not receive my certificate?
Certificates are usually delivered within two weeks of ...
Registration for the certificate you cite closed 30-September-2015. If you finish 9 psets and final project by 31-December-2015 you could get an Honor Certificate (free) or a Verified Certificate ($$). You will find more info here.
I have been doing online courses and other similar tutorials for years and never paid for any of it or got any certificates.
I decided to do it for cs50. I have to say, physiologically working towards a certificate makes the course feel more 'real'. As though I am actually in the classes working under deadlines.
If I didn't choose the verified certificate ...
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There was no incorrect deadline. For CS50x 2014 edition, the deadline was 31 Dec 2014. As it says in the yellow box at the top of the course info page:
If you did finish CS50x 2014 and met the syllabus's expectations for a certificate, your certificate should appear at courses.edx.org/dashboard as a downloadable, printable PDF by 31 January 2015. Don't ...
They are still working on the certificates of the past year. I think nobody has recived one yet. Better wait to see your final grade.
You didn't mentioned in your post but the final project is also mandatory in order to receive the certificate.
You can see if your pset8 was graded by accessing the gradebook with the link on the progress tab in the course ...
The 2014 offering of the course has the following text displayed in bright yellow on the front page.
If you did finish CS50x 2014 and met the syllabus's expectations for a certificate, your certificate should appear at courses.edx.org/dashboard as a downloadable, printable PDF by 31 January 2015. Don't worry if your dashboard says your final grade is 0%. ...
If you skipped pset8 (shuttle) and have passing grades (above 0.66) in all other pests, be patient and wait for the certificate. The grade book is not connected to the edX portal and so it will always say 0%. If you do not get your certificate by the 31st, I would contact Rob Bowden via email or post on the reddit sub forum for CS50.
UPDATE: For what it'...
You have your answer in the dashboard:
If you did finish CS50x 2014 and met the syllabus's expectations for a certificate, your certificate should appear at courses.edx.org/dashboard as a downloadable, printable PDF by 31 January 2015
Stay calm and CS50