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The Center for Academic Resources (CFAR) is  dedicated to your academic success. Our educational counselors and peer mentors have been helping UNH students reach their academic goals for the past 35 years.

 Want to learn more? Come and meet one of our educational counselors during drop in hours on Monday-Thursday, 11:00-3:00 or email us at cfar.sss@unh.edu

 

 

 

CFAR Spring 2019 Workshops

 

 

Math 418 students work together to think critically through complex problems by: 

  • Discussing an important concept from the week’s material

  • Identifying connections between the new material and concepts previously discussed

  • Applying students’ understanding of the concept to problems in small groups using the problem solving approach

Facilitated by CFAR STEM support coordinator, Erica Brasley on Tuesdays, 4:00-5:30PM   Smith Hall (not Ham-Smith) G10

 

 

 

 

Survive and Thrive in BMS 508/ Anatomy and Physiology

CFAR's proven strategies and resources for success are taught by a peer academic mentor with expertise in this area. 

Wednesdays, 4:00-5:00 PM  Smith Hall (not Ham-Smith) G10

CHEM 405 students work together to think critically through complex problems by: 

  • Discussing an important concept from the week’s material

  • Identifying connections between the new material and concepts previously discussed

  • Applying students’ understanding of the concept to problems in small groups using the problem solving approach

Facilitated by CFAR STEM support coordinator, Erica Brasley on Thursdays, 4:00-5:30PM   Smith Hall (not Ham-Smith) G10

 

CHEM 404 students work together to think critically through complex problems by: 

  • Discussing an important concept from the week’s material

  • Identifying connections between the new material and concepts previously discussed

  • Applying students’ understanding of the concept to problems in small groups using the problem solving approach

Facilitated by CFAR STEM support coordinator, Erica Brasley, Fridays, 2:30-4:00PM   Hamilton-Smith room 105

 

What to Expect on the GRE         Mondays, 4:00-5:00 PM Smith 207

If you're thinking about taking the GRE, this is a good place to start. ALL details of the exam are covered

Math for the GRE      Tuesdays, 3:45-5:00PM  Smith 207

Emphasis on the Quantitative section of the GRE  These sessions are not cumulative r sequential. Just show up for any session. 

Randy Schroeder is the contact person for all  CFAR graduate school preparation services.  Please contact him by email or at (603) 862-3687 for more information about any of these opportunities.

Additional information about the GRE can also be found here.