With the rapid transition to the world of online learning during the pandemic, many students faced challenges trying to navigate the overwhelming amount of teaching and learning materials. These applications can be helpful for creating and organizing an appropriate note-taking system that aligns with your learning style as well as utilizing your task management skills. To help with your decision of finding note-taking applications that work for you, we’ve compiled several resources that you might want to check out if you’re switching devices or if you’re looking for ways to improve your studying habits.
A specific tool that students can use to prepare for their exams is active recall. Active recall is a technique that involves testing yourself. In this post, learn how you can leverage this tool in studying for your exams.
The Academic Match Program is a useful service for students interested in extra academic assistance. When it comes to higher enrollment courses, it can be especially difficult to have a personalized experience. This individual attention is what GUTS as an organization and our dedicated volunteer tutors in AM hope to provide. While you may have your tutors and program coordinators as available resources, there are other ways to ensure that you benefit as much as possible from your weekly sessions. This week’s tip will focus on what you can do to get the most out of your AM study group.