Exam Sign-Up Deadline

For all timed assessments, students must sign up a minimum of 14 days prior to the exam date.  

ClockWork information sessions for students

Student Accessibility and Achievement will hold two virtual training sessions for registered students to learn more about ClockWork, our new online platform.

These one (1) hour trainings will be held on ZOOM and are intended for students who are registered with SAA. We will go over the basics of how to use Clockwork, including: how to review and confirm academic accommodations, booking appointments, signing up for exam accommodations and more!

Sign up for one of the trainings using the links below:

Find a Tutor

Before deciding to use a tutor, we always recommend that you first speak to the instructor of the course. The instructor may be able to offer suggestions on how to best approach the material, and is often available for extra help during their office hours.

We would like to encourage our students to continue to meet virtually. However, should you choose to meet physically on campus, please be sure to follow health guidelines, including maintaining physical distancing, wearing masks and handwashing.

Request a Tutor

Students who are registered with Student Accessibility and Achievement, and qualify for subsidized tutoring as part of their accommodation plan:

 

How do I request a tutor?

To request a tutor, complete the Tutor Request Form. You will receive a reply within 2-3 business days of submitting your request, with the exception of weekends, holidays, and peak periods.

Note: The form is restricted to the members of McGill University. To access the form, sign in using your McGill e-mail and password

Students who qualify for subsidized tutoring as a part of their academic accommodation plan with Student Accessibility and Achievement can request a tutor using the Forms module on Clockwork

What happens after I request a tutor?

  1. You will be provided with the available tutors for the course you requested through your McGill email.
  2. You can work out a schedule with the tutor(s).

What are my responsibilities as a tutee?

  1. Always treat the tutor with respect.
  2. Be on time for tutoring sessions.
  3. Cancel your session at least 24 hours in advance, if you are unable to attend. Students failing to do so will be responsible to pay for the first hour of the scheduled session.
  4. Stay on top of class work (e.g.: attend classes, listen to online lectures, read notes, etc.).
  5. Prepare for the session with questions to ask the tutor by completing as much work as possible beforehand (example: read the textbook, attempt homework problems, etc.).
  6. Remit payment directly to the tutor after every session.
    • Non-subsidized students must pay the tutor directly after every session.
    • Subsidized students must sign the timesheet by hand after each session to confirm the hours tutored.
  7. Respect the Charter of Students' Rights and the Code of Student Conduct in all activities as a tutee.

How much does tutoring cost?

Tutoring costs $18.00 per hour for undergraduate tutors and $22.00 per hour for graduate tutors.

Subsidized tutoring is offered to:

  • Newly admitted undergraduate students
  • Students on probation/unsatisfactory standing
  • Varsity athletes
  • MasterCard students
  • Students registered with Student Accessibility and Achievement
  • First Nations, Inuit or Metis students
  • Students registered with the Student Refugee Program via World University Service of Canada

For more information, see the section on subsidies.

Are there special subsidies for tutoring?

Subsidized tutoring is offered to Frosh students, students on probation, varsity athletes, First Nations, Inuit or Metis students and students registered with Student Accessibility and Achievement.

Newly Admitted Undergraduate Students:
One hour of FREE tutoring is available to all newly admitted undergraduate students in their first year at McGill. To take advantage of this, simply check the appropriate box when completing the tutor request form

Students on Probation/Unsatisfactory Standing:
Student Accessibility and Achievement offers FREE tutoring to assist students on probation. To take advantage of this, simply check the appropriate box when completing the Tutor Request Form.

Varsity Athletes:
To receive subsidized tutoring, varsity athletes must present themselves at the Varsity Office to fill out a tutor request form.

MasterCard Foundation (MCF) Students:
To receive subsidized tutoring, MCF students must check the appropriate box when completing the Tutor Request Form.

Student Accessibility and Achievement:
Students registered with Student Accessibility and Achievement who require a tutor must contact an Access Services Advisor to determine their eligibility for subsidized tutoring.

First Nations, Inuit and Metis students:
First Peoples' House will subsidize tutoring costs for First Nations, Inuit and Metis students. Contact an Indigenous Student Advisor or telephone at 514-398-3217 to be approved for subsidized tutoring. 

Student Refugee Program via World University Service of Canada/WUSC (SSAO)
To receive subsidized tutoring, students must contact the Scholarships and Student Aid Office and request subsidized tutoring

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