Do you want to win cool prizes? Want to help future Princeton students succeed in their courses? Have a bit of spare time on your hands?

Come join Principedia’s Spring 2021 virtual writeathon and help future students by writing a course analysis! Check out the attached documents where you can reflect on a course you’ve taken at Princeton and then write a course analysis that will be posted to the Principedia website. Future students can learn from your experience!

This is a raffle contest, and you can submit multiple course analyses, with each one counting as a separate entry. Each student can only win one prize. Course analyses will be reviewed by the student board to make sure they meet our writing guidelines, which can be found here: https://principedia.princeton.edu/course-analysis-guidelines/. Submissions that do not meet our guidelines will be given an opportunity to be revised.

The more entries we receive, the more prizes will be awarded! There will be three tiers of prizes.

No matter how many entries we receive, we will raffle three of the following prizes:

If we receive at least 30 entries, we will additionally raffle two of the following prizes:

If we receive at least 40 entries, we will additionally raffle our grand prize:

In total, there can be up to 6 winners!

Fill out the course analysis template and follow the instructions in this Google Form to get it submitted by April 11th at 11:59 P.M Eastern Time.

See Principedia for some examples of good course reviews! (for example: here and here) We will contact the winners by email to determine a shipping address and ship them out to you.

If you have any questions, please send them to pncpedia@princeton.edu

We’re looking forward to seeing your course reviews!

Thanks to the ODUS Projects Board for funding this event!

Here’s the course analysis link just in case: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WooIZ9zYmMvBT9yQRf_L01oSghxVLAGE/view?usp=sharing

Win a Prize with the Principedia Write-a-thon Contest (Ends April 11th!)

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