Undergraduate Mentoring


Everybody finds the transition from school to university difficult. If you’d like some extra support with your studies, try out the undergraduate mentoring scheme.

This scheme is run by undergrads for undergrads. If you sign up, you’ll be assigned a 3rd or 4th year mentor with whom you can meet every week or so. These students have been where you are – they’ve taken the same exams, done the same problem sheets and can show you how they got to grips with the most challenging parts of the course.

If you’d like to sign up to be mentor or mentee this year, here's a form for you to fill out! Alternatively, you can send me an email at mentoring@physoc.org.uk.

Mentoring Sign-Up Form



Wednesday afternoon drop-in tutoring

If you’d like some support with one of your modules, help with a difficult problem sheet or just someone to ask all of your wacky (physics) questions, come along to one of these sessions.

They’re run by two physics postgrads like a small-group problems class. Just bring your work or a question and someone will be able to help you out. You can find them in the Physics Library between 2pm and 5pm every Wednesday. You don’t have to come along for the whole session, you can arrive whenever you like and leave whenever you’re done.