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|No tutoring sessions are scheduled for this week. This could be because it's a school vacation.|
|Tutoring sessions next week (the week of Jan 28th through Feb 1st):|
|Faner Lin*||Monday the 28th at 11:00am - 12:00pm (future) in Hylan 301|
MTH 150, CSC 171, 172, 240, 262
|Aman Shrestha*||Monday the 28th at 12:00pm - 2:00pm (future) in Hylan 301|
MTH 150, CSC 171, 172, 173
|Jimmy Li*||Monday the 28th at 2:00pm - 3:00pm (future) in Hylan 301|
MTH 150, CSC 171, 172, 173, 242, 261
|Time||Sundays, 4 PM - 8 PM|
|Location||Genesse Hall, Tutoring Zone, (G 230)|
|Current Courses||CSC 161, CSC 171, CSC 172|
The following four sections were adapted from the tutoring policies of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), used with permission.
In order to make the most of your time and the tutor's time, please come prepared with a question in hand or a specific thing/concept you're wondering about. The more specific the question or concern, the better we are able to help you.
Before you come, please make sure you've answered "Yes" to the following questions:
A good question (one that we are most able to help you with) consists of multiple parts:
In order to make the most of everyone's time, if we think it would be hard to help you given the information you've provided, we may ask that you reframe your question so it meets the above criteria before we offer our assistance.
We're a bunch of volunteer computer science students looking to provide help to those who need it. If you're having difficulty with homework, you're stuck on a project, or you need a second pair of eyes, please drop by. You'll usually be able to find one of us in Hylan 301 (the non-major's computer science lab) on weekdays between 9AM and 9PM. Please see the above schedule for more details or changes in our location.
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