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Where To Get Studying Help

Last updated January 6, 2020

Admit it, sometimes we need help, even when it comes to studying. Check out the different places you can go to get studying help.

Tutoring

Many schools offer tutoring services throughout campus. Check the schools website or ask an academic advisor where tutoring is held at your school. Don’t be embarrassed or afraid to get tutoring help! 

Writing Lab

Writing labs are great places to go to receive help on your writing! They are full of well-experienced writers who will work with you to get your writing where you want it to be.

Study Groups

Study groups will be formed in your courses by your classmates or yourself. These are excellent to join because you’ll be able to teach and help one another! If there’s something you’re not getting, chances are someone in the group knows. If there’s something you get but they don’t you’ll have the opportunity to share and further strengthen your understanding.

Office Hours

Going to office hours can seem scary, but in reality your teacher or professor will think of you as a rock star. Not many students utilize this, but if you choose to you won’t be sorry. You can get very detailed answers, different explanations, and tips on how to pass the class straight from the source.

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