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See below for some tools we think will help you to become better in subject areas. For additional help, please book an appointment with our Subject Specialists.

Better in Mathematics

Welcome to the Math Help page! See below for some tools we think will help you to become better mathematicians. For additional help, please book an appointment with our Math & Science Specialists.


Additional Resources

Online Calculators

Better in Science

Welcome to the Science Help page! See below for some useful resources and tools to help you study physics, chemistry and biology. For additional help, please book an appointment with our Math & Science Specialists.


General Science Help

Physics

Chemistry

Biology
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Better in Economics

Welcome to the Economics, Commerce and Business Help page! Below are some links to help you with your studies:


Economics Help

French Help

Welcome to the French Help page! See below for some resources that might help you improve your French! For additional help, please book an appointment with our French Specialists.


Learning the Basics

Duolingo – Building sentences, conjugating verbs
Fluentu – Learning with videos
Babbel – Vocabulary and grammar


Listening

Dictations – Practise listening, diction and writing


Reading & Vocabulary

Le Huffington Post – Practise reading in French
ThoughCo – Read stories in French in English
French 101 – 1000 most common French words
Jokes in French – Have fun while learning new words

Downloadable Templates and Worksheets

Downloadable Templates and Worksheets for University Transfer (UT) Courses

Most UT courses will ask you to write an essay where you are taking a position/making an argument for or against something.

These PDF fill-in documents are designed to help you with the early stages of getting your essays started. Short essays are typically 3-4 pages, extended essays are 5+ pages, not including your References, Works Cited or Bibliography.

Not sure which worksheet is right? The first person to ask is your instructor!

Which style you use will depend on your subject matter and your personal writing style. For help selecting the right style, book an appointment with an Academic Writing and Humanities Specialist.

No matter what style of essay you are writing, remember to cite all your sources. See Citation Style Workshops on Canvas for help.

EAP Downloadable Templates and Worksheets

Downloadable Templates and Worksheets for English for Academic Purposes Courses

These resources were designed with EAP English courses in mind. The PDF fill-in documents can help you with the early stages of getting your essays started. Short essays are typically 3-4 pages, not including your Works Cited.

Before you use any of these PDF fill-in forms, check with your instructor so that you are using the appropriate worksheet.