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  1. 4.2 Coordinator-Tutor Partnership August 30, 2012 at 12:04 PM |

    […] Trial runs are an important part of Tutor quality control. They give the Tutor an opportunity to “rehearse” their presentations before giving them to students while giving Coordinators and the Head Tutor a chance to verify that the presentation of the Tutor meets SOS standards. Trial Runs should be scheduled twice per term by the Head Tutor (before Midterms and before Finals). Detailed information on how to run Trial session can be found here: http://emanual.studentsofferingsupport.ca/?p=78 […]

  2. 5.2.3. Exam-AID Trial Runs August 8, 2012 at 2:06 PM |

    […] Trial runs are an important part of Tutor quality control. They give the Tutor an opportunity to “rehearse” their presentations before giving them to students while giving Coordinators and the Head Tutor a chance to verify that the presentation of the Tutor meets SOS standards. Trial Runs should be scheduled twice per term by the Head Tutor (before Midterms and before Finals). Detailed information on how to run Trial session can be found here. […]

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