Student-Led Study Groups for Your Large Lecture Courses
NOTE: Study group matching is now available. Please look for announcements in your courses if you have concerns whether study groups are allowed or contact your instructor.
McGraw Will Help You Create Your Own Student-Led, Course-Specific Study Group
Sign up for McGraw matched study groups. Sign in to the TigerStudy website using your Princeton credentials; simply enter your information, and you will be grouped together with students who are in the same class. We also provide materials on how to run effective study groups in-person or online. Students will initiate contact and collaboration and will schedule times, etc. for their group to study together.
McGraw’s role is to help students to create their own, student-led, study groups in courses that faculty have given their approval. Simply go to TigerStudy and enter your course or group (e.g. MCAT Prep) name. We are also here to help with logistics and provide some guidance on running groups. This page provides information about setting up and running effective study groups using Zoom.
*Study group matching will begin soon. Please look for announcements in your courses or return to this page later this week.
*If you receive a “you do not have permission" notification, please login into your Princeton Gmail account to access the form and submit your request. Make sure you’re signed in at the correct account. Only people in the Princeton University organization can see this form.
If you receive a message that says, "You need permission." follow these steps.
Step 1: Sign out of your Gmail account
- Go to myaccount.google.com. (In the top right, click your photo. If you don’t see a photo, you might see the Account image.)
- Click Sign out.
Step 2: Sign in with your Google Account for Princeton University
- Type in your Google Account for Princeton University; click next.
- Enter your password; click next.
After you sign in, try the link to the form again.
Course Jumpstarts: Strategizing Sessions for STEM Courses
Gain course-specific strategies for learning from lectures, tackling readings, and approaching p-sets and studying for exams in STEM courses. Build confidence and reduce stress from the start of the term.
Led by learning consultants and tutors who are trained in the methods and strategies of learning, studying, and time management, the workshop will focus on learning effectively in STEM courses. Get course-specific advice for learning from assigned texts and class notes, ways to organize and study large amounts of information, creating effective study/p-set groups, as well as how to get the most out of past p-sets and prepare for exams. Start the semester strong; it’s easier to keep up than to catch up.
Dates, times and zoom links for course-specific Jumpstarts will be made available once scheduled. Look for an email from McGraw about specifics.
Virtual Study Partners Program
Do you want someone to help keep you accountable? Is procrastination a major threat to your academic health and wellbeing? Do you feel like you waste your days and that you could be more productive so that you have more free time? No one does Princeton on their own; and your fellow Princetonians are some of your greatest supports.
Come one, come all! McGraw's Study Partners Program* will help you fight procrastination, boost motivation, and prevent burnout--and make a connection with a fellow Princeton student. Simply enter your basic information here, and we will pair you with a Study Partner AKA Accountability Buddy. Try it out.
*Note: Remember to adhere to the University Policy in regards to all things, but specifically with respect to collaboration policies and social distancing!
“Unity is strength… when there is teamwork and collaboration wonderful things can be achieved” - Mattie Stepanek