Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)

Semester 1, 2018 PASS session times:


Mon 10.00am, L113
Tue 3.10pm, L113
Wed 12.00pm & 2.10pm, L113
Thu 10.00am & 3.10pm, L113/L112

Join BIOS110 PASS Facebook page here.


Mon 10.00am, L112
Tue 10.00am, L112
Wed 1.10pm, L113
Thurs 3.10pm, L112

Join PHSC101 PASS Facebook page here.


Mon 3.10pm & 4.10pm, L113
Wed 1.10pm & 2.10pm, L112

Join BMGT116 PASS Facebook page here.


Tue 10.00am & 3.10pm, L113/L112
Wed 3.10pm, L113
Thu 10.00am, L113

Join LWST114 PASS Facebook page here.


Wed 2.10pm, L022
Thu 1.10pm, L113

Join SOCI116 PASS Facebook page here.


Thu 3.10pm, L022
Fri 10.00am, L113

Join MGMT024 PASS Facebook page here.

All sessions held in L113, Level 1 of Ivey Hall, unless otherwise stated.

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  • Students work together to reinforce key concepts and develop effective study strategies;
  • Trained Peer Leaders facilitate pair, group and whole class activities;
  • Peer Leaders do not re-teach lesson material;
  • PASS Coordinators monitor and support the Peer Leaders in their role.

Whether you are a top performer or could use some improvement, you will benefit from the skills and understanding gained from attending PASS.

PASS aims to:

  • Give students an opportunity to work collaboratively on study material;
  • Provide a relaxed environment where students can make friends with others on the same course;
  • Assist students to develop independent learning skills;
  • Motivate students to study and keep up to date with course content.


Sessions for your course are advertised during the first week of lectures and on your course web page.

  • Look for ‘PASS Session Times’ on your course web page;
  • Note the time for the session which best fits with your timetable;
  • Places are limited to 16 students per session;
  • Arrive early to secure your seat in the session (there is no sign-up this semester).


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Peer Assisted Learning at other universities:

Follow these links to see how PASS/ Supplemental Instruction is used at other universities.

University of Wollongong
University of the West of England
University of Tasmania