Friday, September 13, 2013

I get by with a little help from my friends: Tutoring By The Boyle Society

Are you worried about the academic challenges of college life? Are you afraid that you might fall behind in classes, not do well on exams, or just have no idea what is going on in class sometimes? Don't worry, you have your fellow students to help you out.
As a senior in the Gabelli School of Business I have been involved with the Boyle Honors Society as a tutor for 2 years now. The Boyle Society is the Gabelli School of Business's own honor society and consists of upperclass students in good academic standing. The Boyle Society provides free tutoring for 5 days a week throughout the whole Semester by its members. The tutors can help you with homework assignments, exam preparation, or just go over your notes with you if you haven't really understood something in class. Tutoring is available for most Business core and major classes. It is not only for Freshmen, but for everybody, Freshmen to Senior. You just have to come to the Study Lounge on the second floor of Hughes Hall at any time between 9am and 7pm
from Monday to Friday and ask the available tutor for help.

So you don't have to worry about struggling with academics form time to time, it happens to the best of us. That is why the Boyle Society is there to help you get by with a little help from your friends.

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