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November '17

Draft Your Exam Study Schedule (workshop)

Tuesday, November 21st @ 12:30 PM

Learn how to schedule adequate time for studying for each of your final exams – no matter how many you might have! You will leave this workshop with a study schedule draft. Although this workshop is only one hour long, you are welcome to remain with the professional advisor for an extra half-hour after the workshop for personalized help while creating your schedule.

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Exam Prep: Multiple-Choice

Monday, November 27th @ 12:30 PM

1000 decisions to make in just three hours? We can help you prepare for and write these exams.

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Exam Prep: Multiple-Choice

Tuesday, November 28th @ 1:30 PM

1000 decisions to make in just three hours? We can help you prepare for and write these exams.

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Draft Your Exam Study Schedule (workshop)

Wednesday, November 29th @ 2:30 PM

Learn how to schedule adequate time for studying for each of your final exams – no matter how many you might have! You will leave this workshop with a study schedule draft. Although this workshop is only one hour long, you are welcome to remain with the professional advisor for an extra half-hour after the workshop for personalized help while creating your schedule.

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Exam Prep: Short Answer and Essay

Thursday, November 30th @ 10:30 AM

Learn how to prepare for tests that include short answer and essay questions, and find out what your instructions are looking for when marking this type of exam. This workshop also includes information on writing the exam itself, as well.

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Exam Prep: Math and Science Problem-solving

Thursday, November 30th @ 1:30 PM

Learn three practical strategies to move away from an endless “plug and chug” approach to solving quantitative problems. Students in math, physics, chemistry, accounting, economics, and basic stats courses will learn how to shift from straight calculations to conceptual thinking when studying for exams. Generic strategies will be taught, not content in specific courses.

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