Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) is an academic mentoring program of guided study groups. Sessions are facilitated weekly, with groups of 12 to 30 students in specific units. The PASS leader is a mentor that directs content areas based on the previous week’s lectures and their personal experience. They are friendly peers that impart useful study skills, encourage active university life, help mentees make friendships in class, and motivate students to do the required work to achieve desired results.
PASS incorporates what to learn with how to learn. It is a facilitated session run by a PASS leader that uses a range of activities to promote active and independent learning. PASS always encourages learning and is a great opportunity to assist with preparing for assessments and end of semester exams.
For more information and dates please visit https://www.monash.edu/about/mentoring/peer-assisted-study-sessions-pass