Five things to help you prepare for virtual exams!

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A message from Campus Life & Engagement, the one office dedicated to new McGill students.

 

Dear Campus Life & Engage,

 

Welcome back to the FY5, a semi-monthly e-newsletter for first-year students with fun tips and tricks and memos for you to be aware of during the academic year! Spring is in the air and exam season is just around the corner. In this week's FY5 you'll find information about the final exam schedule, exam conflicts, and tips for a successful end to your academic year. We hope you enjoy!


 

Take Note!

 

 

April 16: Classes End

 

Friday, April 16 is the last day of classes for the Winter 2021 semester.

Final Exam Schedule

 

Take note of your exam dates if you haven't already! The final exam schedule is available here.


 

Engage!

 

Find a tutor

 

Did you know that all first year undergraduates are entitled to one free hour of tutoring from McGill's Tutorial Services? Now's your last chance to take advantage of this deal! Request a tutor now to stay on top of your A-game for finals.


 

Use!

 

Virtual Study Group Toolkit

 

Studying by yourself is boring—why not call up a few friends for a virtual study group? McGill Teaching and Learning Services has compiled a step-by-step guide to running an effective and enjoyable virtual study group. Download it here.

Attend!

 

Skills for Managing Test Anxiety

 

Interested in learning how to cope more effectively with the stress and anxiety of tests? Join this workshop to acquire the skills to better manage test anxiety and feel comfortable utilizing these skills when needed. Register here.

Ask us about...

 

You may encounter a conflict during exam season. You should have been notified three weeks prior to the start of the exam period, however, it is always best to double check for yourself. This includes: two exams at the same time, three exams in 24 hours, four exams in two days, or five exams in three days. Conflicts also exist for religious holidays.

 

If you believe you have an exam conflict, fill out this form.

We hope you have a great weekend! Remember that Campus Life & Engagement is here to help you if you have any questions during your first year—or any year after!

 

Best,

 

Gilbert Lin

Manager, Orientation & Student Engagement, Campus Life & Engagement | McGill Student Services


 

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