Online Resources for Previous Semesters

On this page you can find weekly resources for several courses curated by our master tutors from previous semesters. If you need online learning study strategies, click here.
Resources for courses covered by master tutors in previous semesters will be posted on this page. For weekly resources of courses currently covered by master tutors, click here.

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Business Computer Science Mathematics Science



Accounting 2303

Resource - Week 3: Cash vs Accrual Accounting

Resource - Week 4: Closing Entries and Accounting Ratios

Resource - Week 5: Journal Entry Mechanics

Resource - Week 6: Fraud

Resource - Week 7: Bank Reconciliations

Resource - Week 8: Uncollectable Accounts

Resource - Week 9: Accounting for Inventory

Resource - Week 10: Capitalization vs. Expensing

Resource - Week 11: Bonds

Resource - Week 12: Current and Long-term Liabilities

Resource - Week 13: Corporate Structure and Equity

Resource - Week 14: Statement of Cash Flows

Computer Science

Introduction to Programming 1 (CSI 1401)

Resource - Week 3: String, List, Set, Dictionary

Resource - Week 4: Conditional Branch, Equality & Boolean Operators

Resource - Week 5: Order of Evaluation, Code Blocks, Conditional Expression

Resource - Week 6: While Loops

Resource - Week 7: For Loops, Range Function, Break, Continue, Loop-else

Resource - Week 8: Function Basics

Resource - Week 9: Function Stubs, Function Objects, Common Function Pitfalls

Resource - Week 10: Variable Scope, Namespaces, Function Arguments

Resource - Week 11: String Slicing, Advanced String Formatting, String Methods

Resource - Week 12: List Operations, List Methods, List Slicing

Resource - Week 13: Dictionary Operations, Dictionary Methods, Dictionary Iterating

Resource - Week 14: Final Review


Pre-calculus (MTH 1320)

Resource - Week 3: Composition of Functions, Transformation of Functions, Inverse Functions, Linear Functions

Resource - Week 4: Linear Functions, Graphs of Linear Functions, Modeling with Linear Functions, Quadratic Functions

Resource - Week 5: Quadratic Functions, Power Functions, Polynomial Functions

Resource - Week 6: Graphs of Polynomial Functions, Factoring, Intermediate Value Theorem, Dividing Polynomials

Resource - Week 7: Rational Functions, Asymptotes

Resource - Week 8: Exponential Functions and Their Graphs

Resource - Week 9: Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs

Resource - Week 10: Logarithmic Properties, Exponential and Logarithmic Equations

Resource - Week 11: Angles, Unit Circle, Sine and Cosine Functions

Resource - Week 12: Trigonometric Functions, Right Triangle Trigonometry

Resource - Week 13: Graphs of Trigonometric Functions

Resource - Week 14: Inverse Trig Functions, Sum & Difference Identities, Double-Angle, Half-Angle, & Reduction Formulas, Summary of Functions

Calculus III (MTH 2321)
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Linear Algebra (MTH 2311)

Resource - Week 1: Systems of Linear Equations, Row Reductions and Echelon Forms, Vector and Matrix Equations

Resource - Week 2: Vector and Matrix Equations (Continued), Span and Linear Independence, Matrices as Linear Transformations

Resource - Week 3: Matrices as Linear Transformations (Continued), Matrix Operations and Properties

Resource - Week 4: Matrix Operations and Properties (Continued), Matrix Forms and Factorizations

Resource - Week 5: Matrix Applications, Vector Spaces and Subspaces

Resource - Week 6: Determinants and Determinant Applications

Resource - Week 7: Definitions and Applications of Subspaces, The Four Fundamental Subspaces

Resource - Week 8: The Four Fundamental Subspaces (Continued), Linearly Independent Sets and Bases

Resource - Week 9: The Four Fundamental Subspaces (Continued), Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors

Resource - Week 10: Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors (Continued), Characteristic Equations

Resource - Week 11: Diagonalization

Resource - Week 12: Orthogonality and Projections, Orthogonal Subspaces


Biology I (BIO 1305) (ICB Textbook)

Resource - Week 3: Cells, Biological Information, Heritable Material, DNA and Proteins

Resource - Week 4: Central Dogma, Transcription, Gene Induction, Translation

Resource - Week 5: Genetics, Probability Rules, Addition/Multiplication, Random

Resource - Week 6: Probability Rules, Addition/Multiplication, Eukaryotes, Mitosis

Resource - Week 7: Meiosis, Haploid Cells, Evolution, Natural Selection, Stanley-Miller

Resource - Week 8: Genetic Diseases, DNA Replication, DNA Polymerase, Primers, Poly dAs

Resource - Week 9: Nucleus, Endosymbiont Theory, Chromosomes, Chromatin, Semiautonomous Organelles

Resource - Week 10: Multicellular Organisms, Bell Experiments, Structure and Function, Signal Transduction, Epinephrine

Resource - Week 11: Energy, Energy carriers, ATP, Metabolism, ß-oxidation

Resource - Week 12: Photosynthesis, Chloroplasts, Chlorophyll, Carbon Fixation, Paraquat

Resource - Week 13: Emergent Properties, Hemoglobin, Myoglobin, Lysogenic/Lytic, Lambda Phage

Resource - Week 14: Single-cell Communication, Quorum Sensing, Luciferase, Microbiome

Physics I (PHY 1408/1420)

Resource - Week 3: Projectile Motion, Forces, Newton’s Laws

Resource - Week 4: Uniform Circular Motion, Centripetal Force, Universal Law of Gravitation, Satellites

Resource - Week 5: Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, Work, Conservation of Energy

Resource - Week 6: Momentum, Impulse, Conservation of Momentum, Collisions

Resource - Week 7: Rotational Motion, Angular Kinematics, Torque, Angular Momentum

Resource - Week 8: Static Equilibrium, Stress, Strain

Resource - Week 9: Fluids, Pascal’s Principle, Buoyancy, Bernoulli’s Equation

Resource - Week 10: Simple Harmonic Motion, Wave Motion, Pendulums, Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion

Resource - Week 11: Sound, Standing Waves in Strings and Tubes, Doppler Effect

Resource - Week 12: Temperature, Thermal expansion, Ideal gas law, Kinetic theory

Resource - Week 13: Heat, Thermal Expansion, Specific Heat, Latent Heat

Resource - Week 14: This resource corresponds to a general review of the most important physics I concepts from the semester. For more detailed information about a specific concept, please refer to the appropriate resource.