Don’t Do Academics Alone – We’re Here to Help

Study Tip of the Month

Exam Preparation
Create a study schedule the week before the exam and stick to it! Plan the harder topics first and then the easier ones after. This will allow for more time to fully understand the harder topics! Do a quick review the night before and get a good night’s sleep. Eat a nutritious breakfast on the day of the exam and make sure you have all the necessary materials to take your exam. Good luck!

 

Know Your Learning Style - Visual, Auditory, Read/Write, Kinesthetic

Everyone has a preferred learning style. Some prefer visuals, while others prefer listening. What is yours? Complete the VARK assessment. Once you complete it, come by our offices at Hullabaloo 125 or Commons 102 during our office hours to pick up a free sticker! When picking up the sticker, just show the email of your VARK results to the Academic Peer Mentor.

 

Passport to Grad School

March 29 | 6-7 PM
Peer Panel: Graduate and Professional School
Zoom Meeting ID: 349 012 3493
Free Burger Mojo for those who attend. Reserve your burger now!

 

What Do Academic Peer Mentors Do?

Academic Check-Ups
Set study goals through one-on-one meetings with an Academic Peer Mentor. You can choose to meet in-person or via Zoom. Register for an Academic Check-Up online.

Programs with Resident Advisors
Participate in fun and engaging games, activities, and workshops to develop study habits.

Peer Panels
Learn how to succeed in college from upperclassmen experiences.

Office Hours: SUN – THUR 2-10 PM (Closed TUE 6:30-8:30 PM)
Stop by for quick questions. Study tip handouts and stickers are available.

 

Apply to Be an Academic Peer Mentor

DEADLINE: March 31
Help others reach their version of success! Work with a diverse and dedicated team, mentor students one-on-one, create academic events, and collaborate with resident advisors. Apply online at jobsforaggies.tamu.edu.

 

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