It’s more important than ever to determine how to learn effectively in your courses. Use Principedia to help you make your course selections and construct a class schedule that is both engaging and manageable for you. Our course analysis pages
You can meet with a learning consultant to get advice on how to approach ANY course, including tackling the unique demands and challenges of a course you are currently enrolled in. In your appointment, your consultant will help you clarify
How to use Principedia for Course Selection and Advising Use Principedia to Plan your Spring Course Schedule–and get the most from the courses you choose. Wondering which courses to take, and how many? Wondering about the workload, what course demands
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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.
[fusion_text]30 students came to the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning in Frist for the first ever intersession Wikithon for Principedia. Wikithons (previously referred to as Hackademics) are the premier events for Principedia and take place at key times throughout
Principedia is happy to announce the Fall 2016 Hackademics contest winners. The submissions were excellent and are a great addition to Principedia’s current repository of Course Analyses. 1st Place: $125 & Lunch at Prospect’s Garden Room Eva Parisi Lukas
If you couldn’t make it to the Hackademics event this past weekend, don’t fret, you can still win prizes! The course analysis contest deadline for Fall 2016 has been extended to Oct. 19th. Submit a course analysis and you could
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