- Navigating Difficulties
- Staying Motivated
- Study Tools and Academic Resources
- Managing Your Time
- How Do You Learn?
- Getting the Most from Class Time
- Reading Techniques
- Preparing for Tests
- Consulting with Faculty
- Collaborating with Peers
- Understand Your Grades
- Course-Specific Strategies
Joining or forming a study group environment provides you with an opportunity to engage in a more in-depth discussion about course material. When you work in groups, you have the opportunity to explain concepts, discuss ideas, disagree with one another, and reason through why one person’s answer is different than yours.
See below for how you can choose study peers and conduct a successful study group.
More info on the benefits of studying with your peers.
Not sure where to start? Follow these tips on forming your study group.
Establishing the group's structure and expectations are vital to success.
Tips on how to conduct study group meetings.