Have you been exempted from taking a prerequisite MATH course and qualified to take the next level course? To make sure your problem-solving knowledge is strong enough, take the self-assessment for the course you have been exempted from.
Take the self-assessment
Download the self-assessment test for the course you were exempted from. Each test takes roughly 60 to 90 minutes to complete. These self-assessments are designed to help you know where you stand. As such, we encourage you to test your knowledge without your notes or books in order to best assess your knowledge level.
Please note that taking these assessments does not affect the admission decision on your course exemptions. The result of the self-assessment are for you only. No one will be able to access your results and you have the right to keep it confidential.
For best results, we recommend you download the self-assessment test before completing it:
At the bottom of the page, search for Student Success Centre in the "Search Courses" bar
Click on "Self-enroll." (Note: you may need to click on Student Success Centre before)
For links to upcoming sessions click on " Econ Study Group Zoom Links Fall 2020." For recordings of past sessions select the course number in the section called "ECON Study Groups - Past Sessions."
Econ 222 Chapter and Topic
ECON Mock Exams
Students spend 90-120 minutes individually working through a custom Mock Exam. After a small break, one of our Study Group Leaders will explain the answers to the Mock Exam in detail.
How to Attend
Zoom links are available on Moodle. Simply follow the link at the appropriate date and time to attend. Students will need to provide their Student ID number to the host of the session when arriving.
Winter 2021 Schedule - TBD
Please note: Due to the online nature of the Final Exam, the Mock Exam cannot fully recreate the experience or style of the Final Exam. The Mock Exams are helpful as practice for course content, but should not be seen as a replication of the Final Exam experience.
Strategic Learning sessions
Schedule shared in the course Moodles.
CHEM 221, 222, CHEM 271, GEOG 210 and BIO 364
Active group study sessions for your own course section, led by a student who has already done well in the course
Enhance your understanding of course material
Get to know others in your program
Students who attend consistently score higher final grades than those who do not attend
Concordia’s SL program is modelled on the internationally known Supplement Instruction (SI) approach.