As part of our pre-course work, we ask applicants to complete the Web Development 101 course of The Odin Project. However, that's just an introduction to web development.
Completing those 5 courses from The Odin Project alone normally takes around 1,000 hours of work (approx. 8 months of full-time dedication). If you have already completed all of that, you might be repeating a lot of work unnecessarily.
However, we have had students in the past that had completed some parts of The Odin Project before, but when they did it again as part of their Microverse journey, they realized that having a coding partner forced them to learn things in much more depth, plus getting code reviews helped them improve their skills significantly. On top of that, you get the 1,200+ hours of experience working remotely with your coding partners, improving your English level, and developing strong remote workflows.
If you think you have those things already, then Microverse might not be the right program for you, and what you really need is to start looking for jobs. If that's the case, we couldn't connect you with our career services team, but here is an article that we published with some tips top provide a clear direction on how to start preparing for interviews and looking for jobs.