Group Study Hall

Online Group Tutoring Information

Spring 2021 - Group Tutoring will be offered virtually each week Sunday through Thursday - see below for course schedule (updated each week)

Group tutoring is drop-in based. Consult the schedule below to determine when group tutoring is offered for your course and join the zoom meeting during that time (see the meeting link here - you will need to use your Princeton login). You can stay for as little or as long as you'd like.

Courses (for Spring 2021): CHM 202, CHM 304, ECO 100, ECO 101, ECO 202, EGR 153, EGR 154, MAT 103, MAT 104, MAT 175, MAT 201, MAT 202, MAT 204, MOL 214, ORF 245, PHY 102, PHY 104, POL 345, PSY 251, SPI 200 --- (PHY 108 and R-Programming are offered only as individual tutoring)

Group Tutoring Schedule for 2/28-3/4
-- all times eastern (Princeton local time) --
(updated 2/26/21)

  • CHM 202: Sunday 3-5p ET; Tuesday 8:30-10:30p ET; Wednesday 3-5p ET; Thursday 8:30-10:30pET
  • CHM 304: Sunday 8:30-10:30p ET; Monday 8:30-10:30p ET; Wednesday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • ECO 100: Sunday 8:30-10:30p ET; Tuesday 8:30-10:30p ET; Wednesday 3-5p ET
  • ECO 101: Sunday 3-5p ET; Wednesday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • ECO 202: Sunday 3-5p ET; Thursday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • EGR 153: Sunday 8:30-10:30p ET; Tuesday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • EGR 154: Sunday 8:30-10:30p ET; Tuesday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • MAT 103: Sunday 8:30-10:30p ET; Wednesday 3-5p ET; Thursday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • MAT 104: Monday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • MAT 175: Monday 8:30-10:30p ET; Tuesday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • MAT 201: Sunday 8:30-10:30p ET; Tuesday 8:30-10:30p ET; Thursday 9:45-11:45a ET
  • MAT 202: Monday 8:30-10:30p ET; Thursday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • MAT 204: offered as individual tutoring
  • MOL 214: Sunday 8:30-10:30p ET; Monday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • ORF 245: Sunday 3-5p ET; Monday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • PHY 102: Sunday 8:30-10:30p ET; Thursday 9:45-11:45a ET
  • PHY 104: Sunday 3-5p ET; Wednesday 3-5p ET; Thursday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • PHY 108: offered as individual tutoring
  • POL 345: Sunday 8:30-10:30p ET; Wednesday 3-5p ET; Thursday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • PSY 251: Sunday 8:30-10:30p ET; Wednesday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • SPI 200: Sunday 3-5p ET; Monday 8:30-10:30p ET
  • R-Programming: offered as individual tutoring

Attending Tutoring

 

  • Joining Tutoring Online

    • Click the McGraw Tutoring zoom link (found on our schedule page) and follow the prompts

    • When you join the meeting open the chat (found on the bottom pane) and enter your name and course (ex. Colleen Richardson – CHM 202)

    • If you have an appointment – the coordinator will assign you to your tutor when your appointment begins

    • If you do not have an appointment – your name in the chat adds you to the waitlist; you will be moved to work with a tutor when space opens

      • If there are classmates present you will have the option to join a non-tutored room and work with your classmates while you wait for a tutor

  • In Online Tutoring Rooms

    • When working with a tutor you must have your camera and microphone on

    • In group tutoring – your tutor may direct you to use the non-verbal feedback options, yes/no, go slower/faster, thumbs up/down (found in the participants pane)

    • If you have any problems you can message the coordinator (meeting host) directly from the chat

    • When you have asked all of your questions, or feel that you no longer need the tutor’s assistance, you can leave the tutor’s room and either leave tutoring or ask to join the non-tutored study room for your course

      • By leaving your appointment early you are helping a classmate who may not have been able to speak with a tutor otherwise

  • Feedback

    • In this new online tutoring environment we appreciate any feedback you can offer to help us improve – please leave your feedback

  • Problems

    • If something goes wrong - re-join at original link and we will do our best to fix the technical problems

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