Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)

What is PASS?

The Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) program is an academic assistance program designed to assist students with their understanding of the course content and performance in the course.

The PASS program is based on Supplemental Instruction (SI) developed at the University of Missouri in the United States and the PASS program is used extensively in universities across Australia.

PASS:

  • are facilitated by students who have excelled in particular courses
  • assist with your understanding of course content
  • conducted in a relaxed and informal environment
  • absolutely FREE! - check the timetable and attend any session!

PASS are held in the Jeffrey Smart Building, Room (JS2-09A), City West campus. There is no need to register, simply arrive during the times listed in the timetable.

95% of the 2016 participants recommend PASS

 

Interested in joining the PASS program? Click here for more information.

Study Period 5 Undergraduate Timetable

 

 

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday Friday
10.10am BANK 2007
Business Finance

 

BANK 2007
Business Finance

 

 

11.10am   BANK 2007
Business Finance
LAWS 1018
Business Law
  ACCT 1008
Accounting for Business
 
12.10pm ACCT 1006
Financial Accounting 1

COML 2005

Companies & Partnership Law

ACCT 1009
Acounting Principles for Business Decisions
ACCT 3007
Financial Accounting 3
ECON 1008
Principles of Economics
ACCT 1009
Acounting Principles for Business Decisions
LAWS 1018
Business Law
1.10pm LAWS 1018
Business Law

COML 2005

Companies & Partnership Law 

  LAWS 1018
Business Law
ECON 1008
Principles of Economics
2.10pm   ACCT 1008
Accounting for Business
ACCT 1009
Accounting Principles for Business Decisions
ACCT 1006
Financial Accounting 1
ECON 1008
Principles of Economics
 
3.10pm MARK 2010
Market Analysis
    ACCT 3007
Financial Accounting 3
ACCT 1008
Accounting for Business
 
4.10pm  ECON 1008
Principles of Economics
LAWS 1018
Business Law
ACCT 1006
Financial Accounting 1
MARK 2010
Market Analysis
 
5.10pm     ACCT 3007
Financial Accounting 3
   

 

 

Week 1 - Mid Semester Break
 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday FridaySaturday
   18 Sept

 19 Sept

20 Sept 

 21 Sept

22 Sept 

 23 Sept
11am-4pm           

ACCT 5011

Accounting for Management M

JS2-09A

Week  2 - Mid-Semester Break
  Monday Tuesday  Wednesday Thursday Friday  Saturday
   25 Sept 26 Sept 27 Sept 28 Sept  29 Sept  30 Sept
11am-4pm

ECON 1008

Principles of Economics

 

JS2-09A

ACCT 3007

Financial Accounting 3

 

BH2-16 

 ACCT 1008

Accounting for Business

 

JS2-09A

ACCT 1009

Accounting Principles for Business Decisions

 

BH3-11

ACCT 1006

Financial Accounting 1

 

JS2-09A

ACCT 5023

Financial Accounting

 

 

BH3-11 

 

BANK 2007

Business Finance

 

JS2-09A

MARK 2010

Market Analysis

 

BH3-12 

LAWS 1018

Business Law

 

JS2-09A

 

 

Study Period 6

 MonTueWedThuFri
10.10am  

LAWS 2017

Property Law A

     
11.10am          
12.10pm          
1.10pm

LAWS 2017

Property Law A

       
2.10pm          
3.10pm          
4.10pm          
5.10pm          

SP6 Mid-Break Revision Session

 Mon
  23rd Oct
1pm - 5pm

LAWS 2017

Property Law A

 

JS2-09A

 

SP6 SWOT VAC Revision Session

 Mon
  4th Dec
11am - 4pm

LAWS 2017

Property Law A

 

JS2-09A

 

Study Period 5 Post Graduate Timetable

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday Friday
10.10am  

 

 

 

 

11.10am

 

 

 

 

 
12.10pm  

 

 

 

 

1.10pm

 

 

ACCT 5011

Accounting for Management M

 

 
2.10pm

ACCT 5011

Accounting for Management M

 

 

 

 
3.10pm

ACCT 5023

Financial Accounting

 

 

 

 
4.10pm   

 

   
5.10pm

 

 

ACCT 5023

Financial Accounting

  

 

 

 

Mid-Semester Revision Sessions
 Saturday 23rd September11am-4pm

ACCT 5011

Accounting for Management M

JS2-09A

 Wednesday 27th September11am-4pm

ACCT 5023

Financial Accounting

BH3-11 

Questions and feedback

The PASS program is coordinated by an Internationally Accredited PASS Supervisor in the UniSA Business School, and any questions about the program and feedback can be directed to Peter Andrinopoulos.

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