Tutoring

Physics 157 Tutoring

Engineering Tutoring is an engineering specific and easily accessible tutoring program provided by your EUS in conjunction with the Applied Science Student Development Office.

We will be holding review workshops for select first year courses at least twice per term: once for midterms, and once for finals. At our reviews sessions we will have tables set up for each subject, practice problems, and trained tutors to help you out whenever you get stuck. We will post the worksheets and solutions from our review sessions here after each session.

 

Course Examination Date & Time Location Files
MATH 100 Quiz 1  Sept. 18th, 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.  CHBE 101  Questions: MATH 100 Quiz 1 Questions

Solutions: MATH 100 Quiz 1 Solutions

Quiz 2  Oct 2nd, 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.  KAIS 2020/2030 Questions: MATH 100 Quiz 2 Questions

Solutions: MATH 100 Quiz 2 Solutions

Quiz 3  Oct 16th, 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.   KAIS 2020/2030 Questions: MATH 100 Quiz 3 Questions

Solutions: MATH 100 Quiz 3 Solutions

Quiz 4  Oct. 30th, 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.   KAIS 2020/2030
Quiz 5  Nov. 13th, 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.   KAIS 2020/2030
Final Exam  TBD  TBD
Phys 157 Midterm 1  Oct 9th, 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.  KAIS 2020/2030 Questions: PHYS 157 Midterm 1 Questions

Solutions:PHYS 157 Midterm 1 Solutions

Midterm 2  Nov6, 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.. 13th,  CHBE 101
Final Exam  TBD  TBD

 

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.


AMS TUTORING

If you’re a first or second year student, AMS Tutoring can help you with coursework, assignments, exam reviews and much, much more. AMS Tutoring is staffed by UBC students who are outstanding academics and approachable people. While they won’t do your homework for you, they will make sure you have the skills and support you need to tackle your work confidently.

During the school year, drop-in group tutoring sessions happen every week from Monday to Thursday in various locations around campus. Check out the AMS Student Nest, Hennings, Henry Angus, Buchanan, Tutoring-In-Residence at Place Vanier and Totem Park to find the academic support you need. For more information, visit their website: http://www.ams.ubc.ca/services/tutoring/


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/


BEAT YOUR COURSE

Beat Your Course (BYC) is UBC’s #1 Exam Prep Company offering midterm & final exam crash course review sessions for most 1st-year engineering courses. BYC‘s crash course review sessions are taught by expert Ph.D. instructors and will help you reach your full academic potential. To learn more, visit: www.beatyourcourse.com

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 100
Math 101
Math 152
Math 253 Midterm 1 Math 253 Midterm 1 Review Problems

Math 253 Midterm 1 Review Solutions

Midterm 2 Math 253 Midterm 2 Review Problems

Math 253 Midterm 2 Review Solutions

Final Exam Math 253 Final Exam Review Problems

Math 253 Final Exam Review Solutions

Math 255 Midterm 1 Math 255 Midterm 1 Review Problems

Math 255 Midterm 1 Review Solutions

Midterm 2 Math 255 Midterm 2 Review Problems

Math 255 Midterm 2 Review Solutions

Math 256 Midterm 1 Math 256 Midterm 1 Review Problems

Math 256 Midterm 1 Review Solutions

Midterm 2 Math 256 Midterm 2 Review Problems

Math 256 Midterm 2 Review Solutions

Chem 154
Phys 157
Phys 158
Phys 159
Phys 170
Apsc 160

 

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.