This forum topic is for students to self-organize study groups, etc.
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If you’re struggling with material, I recommend Step-Up sessions, but if you’re feeling confident in the material and just want extra practice, the Workshop sessions might be better! All of the hours are listed on the class website under the ‘Peer Learning Sessions and Step-Up Programs’ tab. Hope this answered your question!
I recommend doing all the homework problems and attempting to work them out on your own, then visiting a TA's office hours where you can ask specific questions you had on the homework. I think the more specific your questions are, the better off you are to succeed.
If you're an AAP member you can attend peer learning sessions that are weekly that are really helpful. If you don't know if you are eligible or if you are not and still want to apply, Campbell Hall has resources that can help you join the program and gain access to the sessions.
The Step-Up sessions in Covel that I have gone to have had about 15 students and 1 LA leading and going through practice problems. They do a really good job of breaking the questions down so if you're struggling with a topic or just want extra clarification, those would be great resource. However, if you have a good grasp on the concept then these will likely be too slow paced for you.
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