Every class is designed and taught in its own distinctive way at Princeton. Many courses have challenging content and rigorous grading standards. As a result, students must adapt their approaches to the demands and challenges of each of their courses. You can use Principedia articles to identify and anticipate these demands and get advice about useful strategies to employ to meet them. To learn about more challenges and the ways Princeton students have adapted them, read these short examples written by McGraw Learning Consultants.

“Principedia helped me deal with the challenges in my course without getting too stressed out! It’s a life-saver!” – Lukas

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