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Thu, 03 Dec 2020

4:30 PM – 6:00 PM EST (GMT-5)

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First-Year Students: 

The Undergraduate Division invites you to join study sessions for Math 103/104 and ECON 010 featuring Weingarten's Tutoring Center! 

Each study session will have two parts: 

  • Part 1: Study tips, tools, and guidance will be covered.
  • Part 2: Students will be placed into breakout rooms, where they can meet and study in small groups. The tutor(s) will drop by the breakout rooms to offer content tutoring. 
 

Sessions will take place on the following dates (RSVP required): 

MATH 103/104: 

Tuesday, November 17 | 6– 8PM EST

 

ECON 010: 

Wednesday, November 18 | 4:30 – 6PM EST 

Thursday, December 3 | 4:30-6PM EST
 

Please note:  Zoom links will be sent out in advance of the sessions. Students are strongly encouraged to bring problem sets to work through.

Students are also encouraged to review the Tutoring Center’s website for satellite tutoring services and other services. 


The Wharton Undergraduate Division strives to ensure access to members of the community and is committed to providing an accessible environment for events it hosts.  Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made at least 5 business days prior to the event date to Grace Conte, Associate Director of Student Life (gconte@wharton.upenn.edu).  A good faith effort will be made to fulfill requests made after the 5 business day deadline has passed.  For questions regarding accommodations, please contact the Weingarten Center’s Office of Student Disabilities Services staff at vpul-sdsmail@pobox.upenn.edu.



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