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How Long It Takes To Learn JavaScript

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Good morning! Or is it an evening for you?
Anyway, I hope you’re doing great and feeling pumped to Learn Full-Stack JS.
One of the most common questions beginner programmers ask is how long it takes to learn JavaScript. You want to know how long it will take you before you start building JavaScript projects and get a job in software development.
I’ve posted an article where you’ll learn what’s taking so long for some beginners to learn JavaScript, things that can influence how soon you will master it, and finally, you’ll get some tips and suggestions that will help you learn JS a little bit quicker.
In short, there are three stages:
  • Novice
  • Advanced Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced Intermediate
Each of those will take you about 2-3 months of full-time learning to complete.
If you study part-time, then it might take you a fair bit longer.
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