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Underrated Online ResourceS To Get You Through Your Degree

AUS Essay Centre
               Website
              https://ausmcgill.com/services/aus-essay-centre/ 

In what may be the most underrated resource on campus, the AUS Essay Centre is a service that can edit your essays in both English and French. Tutors can help with grammar, sentence structure, citations, and more. The best part is, it’s all for free! For those looking for another set of eyes to review their paper, this is an essential service.

 
Slader 
             Website
           https://www.slader.com/

 

With limited office hours, Slader is an essential resource for checking answers to practice problems from textbooks. This site provides step-by-step solutions to math, science, social sciences, and languages questions, although, please note that there is no guarantee that the answers on this site are 100% correct.   

Allan Wang’s Computer Science and Math Notes 
            Website
          https://www.allanwang.ca/

 

This is an alumnus’ blog containing his CS and Math notes. The site is organized by course and also contains resources for coding projects. For those looking to supplement their own notes or clarify certain concepts, this is a useful site to check out.

 
Peer Tutoring Centres
            Website
          https://auspeertutoring.simplybook.me/v2/#book

 

Another essential resource is McGill’s peer tutoring services sponsored by each faculty. The faculties of arts, science, and engineering each offer free, volunteer-based tutoring services where you can sign up for one-on-one tutoring, group tutoring, and review sessions. If you’re looking for help with your coursework, or if you’re interested in becoming become a tutor yourself, be sure to visit the Peer Tutoring Centres! 

 
 
 
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