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Peer-assisted study sessions

  1. What's involved
  2. Eligibility and registration
  3. Sessions and materials

Eligibility and registration

Eligibility

PASS in Business is open to all Business students enrolled in a unit of study supported by PASS.

PASS in Law is available to undergraduate Law students in Years 1 to 3, or full-time Juris Doctor (JD) students.

If you’re undertaking the JD part time, you’re welcome to attend PASS sessions in the units you’re enrolled in. Although there may be some mismatch between the content due to the different pace of your studies, there will be an overlap with the key concepts and problem-solving studied in the JD.

How to register

Registration for PASS is now closed. Registration for Semester 1 2018 will open in Week 1 of Semester 1, 2018.

Waiting lists

If a session is full, you can register for the waiting list. We will email you if a place becomes available or if a new session is being held, before it’s offered to all students.

When you are placed on a waiting list, we will email you a number which tells you where you are on the list. If you are close to the front of the waiting list (generally between one and five), you have a good chance of gaining a place in the program in the near future.

You can choose to deregister from the waiting list.

Attending sessions as a guest

If you miss your regular session or if you are on the waiting list, you can attend a session as a guest. Make sure you sign the attendance sheet.

Due to Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations, we cannot have more than a certain number of students in the room at any one point in time. If the class is full, you will need to join a different session. 

Check to see if more sessions have been opened by logging in to PASS registration. 

Changing sessions

To change to another PASS session for the same unit of study, you’ll need to first deregister from your current session.

Once you’ve received the deregistration confirmation email, you can enrol in a new PASS session.

Note that you’re not guaranteed a place in the new session and will need to join the waiting list if the session is full.

Deregistering

If you miss two PASS  sessions in a row, you will be deregistered and your place will be given to someone on the waiting list. Make sure you fill in the attendance sheet at each session to record your attendance.

You’ll be notified by email if you are being deregistered as a result of missing sessions. If you believe you have received the email in error, email business.pass@sydney.edu.au.

You can choose to deregister yourself from a session or the waiting list by logging in to PASS Registration. You’ll receive an email that confirms your deregistration was successful.

PASS Office

Address
Room 3043, Abercrombie Building (H70), The University of Sydney, NSW 2006
Last updated: 08 December 2017

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