ThisWeek@McGraw, 11/8/09 through 11/14/09
ThisWeek@McGraw, 11/8/09 - 11/14/09
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McGRAW STUDY HALL @FRIST
Welcome back from Fall Break! Study Hall is open Monday--Wednesday (7:30 to 10:30 pm) this week (it was closed on Sunday, November 8). No appointment is required. Free tutoring is available for introductory-level CHM, ECO, MAT & PHY classes as well as integrated science (Sunday), POL 345 (Sunday and Monday) and ORF 245 (Sunday and Wednesday). Experienced, trained tutors are available to guide students through learning course material, thinking through problem sets, and preparing for exams. The Study Hall will return to the regular Sunday to Wednesday schedule next week (11/15-11/18).
CHEMISTRY REVIEW SESSIONS
Weekly review sessions are held for CHM 201/207 (Sundays from 8:00-10:00 pm in 328 Frist) and CHM 303 (Sundays from 5:00-7:00 pm in 307 Frist). They are free of charge and no appointment is necessary.
Please note that the CHM 303 session will not meet on Sunday, the 15th. That session has been rescheduled for Tuesday, November 17th, from 5-7:00 p.m. The room location will be posted on www.princeton.edu/mcgraw
INTRODUCTION TO PROOF MINI-COURSE
Having trouble transitioning to abstract math? Strengthen your mathematical foundation with this mini-course covering the basic tools (logic, set theory, proof writing techniques, etc.) used in all branches of mathematics. The course is especially suited for freshman with an interest in higher math who have not had previous exposure to proofs and others finding themselves in their first proof-based math class. Meetings are held on Saturdays from 8:00 to 9:30 pm in Fine Hall 110. To sign up or for more information, contact Slater Stich (firstname.lastname@example.org).
LEARNING STRATEGIES CONSULTATIONS
Come to McGraw to develop a strategic approach to any one of your courses with our new Associate Director, Nic Voge. Sit down with him one-to-one and he'll help you design an integrated set of strategies for getting the most out of lectures, readings, and precepts.
Make an appointment: email@example.com
TIPSHEET OF THE WEEK
Hopefully you have had a restful and productive Fall Break and return ready to tackle the second half of this semester's classes! Get off to a strong start by using the following tips to avoid procrastination as you return to your course work.
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