Engineering Tutoring is an engineering specific and easily accessible tutoring program provided by your EUS in conjunction with the Applied Science Student Development Office.
|Course||Examination||Date & Time||Location||Files|
|MATH 101||Quiz 1||Jan. 17, 6:30 – 9 pm||Kaiser 2020/30||Questions: Math 101 Quiz 1 Review Problems
Solutions: Math 101 Quiz 1 Review Solutions
|Quiz 2||Jan. 31, 6:30 – 9pm||Kaiser 2020/30||Questions: Math 101 Quiz 2 Review Problems
Solutions: Math 101 Quiz 2 Review Solutions
|Quiz 3||Feb. 13, 10 am – 6pm||Kaiser 2020/30||Questions: Math 101 Quiz 3 Review Problems
Solutions: Math 101 Quiz 3 Review Solutions
|Quiz 4||No Session||N/A||Questions:
|Quiz 5||Mar. 21, 6:30 – 9 pm||Kaiser 2020/30||Questions:
|Phys 158||Midterm 1||Feb. 13, 10 am – 6pm||Kaiser 2020/30||Questions: Phys 158 Midterm 1 Review Problems
Solutions: Phys 158 Midterm 1 Review Solutions
|Midterm 2||Mar. 13, 6:30 – 9 pm||Kaiser 2020/30||Questions:
|Math 152||Midterm 1||Feb. 6, 6:30 – 9 pm||Kaiser 2020/30||Questions: Math 152 Midterm 1 Review Problems
Solutions: Math 152 Midterm 1 Review Solutions
|Midterm 2||Mar. 15, 6:30 – 9 pm||Kaiser 2020/30||Questions:
PEER-ASSISTED STUDY SESSIONS
Peer-Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) are informal study sessions led by a senior student. Although they focus on PHYS 157/158, they’re run by extremely knowledgeable people who will be able to answer chemistry and math questions as well! Check out their website here or visit their Facebook group.
The AMS offers free tutoring for Chemistry, Math, and Physics. Check out their website for more information and their schedule!
MATH LEARNING CENTRE
The Math Learning Centre (MLC) is a place for undergraduate students to study math together, with support from graduate student tutors. This is a great place to go if you don’t understand a concept or need help with one of your WebWork questions! For hours and more information, visit their website: http://www.math.ubc.ca/~MLC/
UBC Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Society (ECESS) will be offering various second to fourth year ECE midterm and final exam reviews. For more info, email their Academic Rep. The ECESS also has a list of course-specific Facebook groups, which can be helpful for studying!
Founded in 1999, Prep101 has helped over 100,000 students get better marks on their tests and exams through our classroom prep sessions.Our service can be summarized in two words: customized prep. Customized means our classroom prep sessions led by expert instructors are adapted to each course at each university. We only cover the key concepts and problem-solving skills that students need to know to excel on the exam for their course – nothing more, nothing less. Prep means we sharpen problem-solving skills and teach students how to apply course concepts to exam questions. We start by analyzing past exams from each course. We discover what concepts are being covered, the types of questions being asked and how difficult they are. Then we develop step-by-step methods to solve these questions and pass them on to students at our prep session.
Prep sessions are problem-solving workshops – not review sessions – that help students improve problem-solving skills by working through lots of practice questions so they are prepared to tackle recurrent question types on exams. Visit us on our website to see a list of the prep courses we’re offering at UBC!
Please note that the resources on this page are still being updated. The EUS provides supplementary content to certain courses, which is collected here.
|Course||Exam||Review Problems||Supplementary Notes|
|Math 253||Midterm 1||Math 253 Midterm 1 Review Problems|
|Midterm 2||Math 253 Midterm 2 Review Problems|
|Final Exam||Math 253 Final Exam Review Problems|
|Math 255||Midterm 1||Math 255 Midterm 1 Review Problems|
|Midterm 2||Math 255 Midterm 2 Review Problems|
|Math 256||Midterm 1||Math 256 Midterm 1 Review Problems|
|Midterm 2||Math 256 Midterm 2 Review Problems|
Here we have supplementary material for selected courses. This material could include review packages, notes, or extra material that may be interesting to students interested in the course topics.