|Writing Center Services||Mark Michaelson | email@example.com|
|Subject Area Tutoring||
Joe Willey | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tutor calendars are below
|Testing Center||Rosa Sandoval | email@example.com|
|Academic Success Coach||Elena Willey | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Disability Support Services||Heidi Tracht | email@example.com|
|Math Center||JJ King | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Scheduling & Advisingemail@example.com|
Gen Chem 1
Also, check out the Crash Course Chemistry Playlist
A&P 1 Thomas 241 with Dylan Breuer
Every other Friday
Gen Bio I Stroup upstairs in the Library with Dylan Breuer
Genetics Thomas 241 with Dylan Breuer
Every other Friday
NNU tutors are available for NNU students. If you are looking for some support in other areas such as SAT, MCAT, or K-12, see our Off-Campus Resources below. Also, Crash Course has many playlists that cover subjects with more visuals and explanations that can help.
Tutors are available in a wide variety of subjects as a service to NNU undergraduate students who are currently enrolled in NNU classes. NNU students may schedule tutors at no cost. Tutoring is available in-person and online. See their calendars below. If you need tutoring on a subject that is not listed, contact Tutoring Services Administrator Joe Willey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Anatomy & Physiology / Pathophysiology||Dylan Breuer||Dylan's Calendar|
|Anatomy & Physiology / Pathophysiology||Faith Lim||Faith's Calendar|
|Biology||Dylan Breuer||Dylan's Calendar|
|Biology (Gen Bio 2)||Kieran Kranzow||Email for appointment: email@example.com|
|Business Law||Joseph Fruehauf||Joseph's Calendar|
|Chemistry||Dylan Breuer||Dylan's Calendar|
|Chemistry / Gen Chem||Emma Ellison||Email for appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chemistry / Gen Chem /O-chem||Faith Lim||Faith's Calendar|
|Chemistry / O-Chem||Dylan Breuer||Dylan's Calendar|
|Conflict and Consensus||Contact History Department|
|Economics||David Mackinnon||David's Calendar|
|Engineering||Eli Mounts||Eli's Calendar|
|Math||Abbie Shewmaker||Abbie's Calendar|
|Math||Eli Mounts||Eli's Calendar|
|Math||Brandon Ohrberg||Brandon's Calendar|
|Music Theory||Bobby Ellis||Bobby's Calendar|
|Nursing / FUND skills / Pharma||Ashton LaNier||Ashton's Calendar|
|Nursing / Pharma||Katie Asdell||
Email for study session time. email@example.com
|Nursing||Pami Goyne||Pami's Calendar|
|Nursing / Pharma||Rachel Campbell-White||Email for study session time. RBizeau@nnu.edu|
|Physics||Eli Mounts||Eli's Calendar|
|Statistics / Elementary or Business||Abbie Shewmaker||Abbie's Calendar|
|Writing Consultation||Writing Center||View the Writing Center calendar to book an appointment!|
Limit your study time. Put a fence around it so it does not get out of hand.
Open-ended study times or cramming can be unproductive and divide your attention.
Try the Pomodoro Technique (tomato timer).
Put your distractions away and focus for one to three 25-minute study chunks with 5-minute breaks in between.
Online Pomodoro timers:
Video of how to use the Pomodoro Technique
Plan your study throughout your week. You never will eat all your meals for the semester the first time you visit the DEX or cram them all in on the last day because you still have meals on your meal plan. You need to eat a few times a day. Think of your study like that. Chunk your study time so you are actively recalling the information over time allowing for more long-term memory.
Need a weekly schedule to plan with? Try this Daily/Weekly Schedule in Google Sheets.
Also, use the Semester-At-A-Glance to put all your tests, papers, and major assignments from all your classes on one page. Use colors to help you see each class. This will help you see your weekly priorities.
|Playlists of great study strategies and tips||Recommended videos from the lists|
|Crash Course Study Skills|
|Study Strategies and Tips Videos from Medschool Insiders||
Feynman Technique: Helps you study complicated topics.
|How to Get the Most Out of Studying||All 5 are good!|
|Sprouts Learning Techniques & Study Tips||
Bloom's Taxonomy: Structuring the Learning Journey. Learn deeper
A Google doc from CASA with many collected resources by subject.
Studygs is an old website that was archived on the WayBackMachine and has loads of good content about studying. Give it time to load. It has to think.