McGraw Will Help You Create Your Own Student-Led, Course-Specific Study Group for ANY class No one does Princeton alone. The amount and difficulty of assignments can make keeping up while truly learning quite challenging. For many students study groups are crucial to their success in and enjoyment of their courses and provide an opportunity to connect with fellow students. Collaboration (when permitted by your instructor and in accordance with Rights, Rules & Responsibilities) is an antidote to overwhelm and feeling like you are always in competition. Establish a study group EARLY in the term to stay engaged throughout the semester, provide ‘structure’ outside of class sessions, connect with other students, and have a group in place to work together when you want to prepare for assignments, quizzes, and tests. 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. We are here to help with logistics and provide some guidance on running groups if requested. The Guidelines for Running Effective, Efficient Groups provide information about setting up and running effective study groups. *If you receive a “you do not have permission" notification, you may not have logged into your Princeton Gmail account. Make sure you’re signed in to the correct account to access the form and submit your request. Only students in the Princeton University organization can see this form. 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.