You have to study, so why not study in a group led by a student who has successfully completed the unit?

PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) is free, voluntary and offered in tough units which tend to have high incompletion rates. PASS is for all students—whether you are struggling, doing OK or a high achiever, you can do better by joining PASS. Students who attend PASS get higher marks; they also learn effective study skills and develop communication, problem-solving and critical thinking skills while meeting lots of other students.

The 50-minute weekly sessions are led by a PASS leader, a student who recently completed the unit so knows what you are going through and wants to help you succeed. You are welcome to join any session you want. Students who attend more sessions do better.

Check the PASS timetable to see if there are PASS sessions for your unit.

You can attend a PASS session without being allocated a session on the timetable. Look at the PASS timetable to find a session that suits you and just turn up.

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