Say “Hi!” to StudySoup’s Elite Notetakers at University of Washington (UW)


What’s your favorite part about StudySoup.com?

My favorite part is that I can easily get my notes uploaded and I can also study myself while I’m creating my study guides.

What do you like to do in your free time?  What are some of your hobbies?

I am a dancer, I’m mostly swing dancing and I play the piano.

How do you intend to spend the money you earn by working as a StudySoup Elite Notetaker?

Mostly for school and traveling to Europe.  I’m thinking of France.  (mmmmm….croissants)

How do you promote your notes on StudySoup.com?

I have been sending out a group email and UW Canvas discussion posts.  I’m also going to pass around an email collection sheet for my classmates next week so I can e-mail them directly.  

What advice do you have for other StudySoup Elite Notetakers?

Just to do your best to market it as best as possible and reach out to your peers. This includes your class messaging tool, direct e-mail (best option), Facebook, Twitter and even flyering works well!  

Gavin Boelens loves Milkshakes! As you can tell by this picture.
He is also passionate about Scuba Diving and Kendo, which is why we’ve decided to highlight Gavin as a top Elite Notetaker this week.

What’s your favorite part about StudySoup.com?

I really love that I can help out my fellow students, while making some money – Being an Elite Notetaker helps me make sure I learn the material and stay on top of my coursework as well, which is an awesome side benefit that I didn’t expect!

What do you like to do in your free time?  What are some of your hobbies?

I like to swim, play tennis, play video games and read, and I’m a member of the Kendo club at UW.  I love to travel and scuba dive.  

How do you intend to spend the money you earn by working as a StudySoup Elite Notetaker?

I was actually going to save the money to find an apartment and pay rent.  I was going to save the money for future investments.  

How do you promote your notes on StudySoup.com?

I promote my notes by posting canvas discussion posts in the relevant classes.  I’m also thinking about making an announcement in front of the class.  

What advice do you have for other StudySoup Elite Notetakers?

Make sure to take notes as you go to class because if you fall behind, it is harder to catch up your notes to post for other people, especially when you need to make your study guides for exams.  It’ll help you and it’ll help your classmates too!  

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