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Drop-In Peer Tutoring

Drop-In Peer Tutoring is a great way to get help while engaging with and learning from others in your classes!

Drop-In Peer Tutoring will run remotely via Zoom during Spring Quarter 2021. Tutoring will begin on Sunday, April 4, 2021 and run through Sunday, June 6, 2021. 

To connect:  You can join by clicking the link directly, or by entering the Zoom ID into the Zoom app. Please see subject Zoom links and IDs below. (You will need to be logged in to Zoom with your Northwestern netID and password.)

To ask a question once you are in the Zoom meeting, you can use the chat feature or simply ask using your mic. We ask that you help ensure everybody has a chance to ask questions and contribute to conversation. You can all learn from one another!

PLEASE READ information on how to get help in remote tutoring

For help connecting with Zoom, see the detailed instructions. 

QUESTIONS? Email us!

Peer tutoring sessions provide a friendly, collaborative environment where you can come to get help, tackle homework, or study. Peer tutoring is a great way to get support with a specific question or issue, or just talk through course material with others. Tutors are experienced with the course material, and trained to help students learn and understand effectively.

Looking for tutoring in other courses, or support with a writing project?  See the Academic Resource Portal.

Chemistrystudents studying together at tutoring table

Courses Covered:

  • Chem 110, 131, 132, 151, 152, 171, 172

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Engineering Analysisstudents at peer tutoring

Courses Covered:

  • EA 1, 2, 3, 4

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Mathematicsstudents at drop in peer tutoring

Courses Covered:

  • Math 218, 220, 226, 228, 230, 240, 250, 290

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Physicsstudents studying together at table

Courses Covered:

  • Physics 130 (1–3), 135 (1–3)

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MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Looking to talk with somebody about an academic challenge? Make a consultation appointment with an ASLA staff member.  We are here to help you meet your goals!

Biological Sciencesstudents studying together at tutoring table

Courses covered:

  • Biological Sciences 201, 202, 203, 301

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Organic Chemistrythree students studying together at a table

Courses covered:

  • Chemistry 210-1, 2, 3

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students studying together at tableEconomics

Courses covered:

  • Econ 201, 202, 310-1, -2

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students studying together at tutoring tableStatistics

Courses covered:

  • Stat 202, 210

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What is the best way to approach a tutoring session?

Read our top-10 list for making the most of peer tutoring.

Questions?

Send us an email for more information.

Policy on tutor matching: We offer a wide range of opportunities, in a variety of settings, for course support. To maintain our quality standards and ensure access for all students, we do not offer a tutor-matching service or provide lists of tutors available for hire. Read our full policy on tutor matching.