“I am so incredibly happy I went to SI, I didn't know nearly as much as I thought I did for this test and I don't think I would have done as well without her tutoring.”
SI means Supplemental Instruction, in which a trained SI Leader who has successfully completed the class attends classes with students and holds weekly review sessions. You have to study for your class anyway – why not do it with someone who has successfully completed the course?
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How does Supplemental Instruction work?
Supplemental Instruction (SI), provides students in specific courses with weekly group study sessions led by a trained SI Leader.
Studies prove that SI Works!
Studies show that students who attend SI do better on average than those who do not attend SI. They are more likely to pass the course, to have higher grades, and to increase their GPA.
You will be reviewing the material discussed in class that week with other students as well as with an SI leader, who is an upperclass student who passed that same class with at least a B.
You will also work on content discussed in class and assigned by the course instructor every week, so you will be much better prepared when exams come.
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