The month of April usually means final exams for college and university students throughout North America. COVID-19 has forced most academic institutions to close or begin exploring online options for the remainder of the school year.

Dedicated students and are turning to online resources to make the most out of this semester.

To help out Vancouver’s Wize is making its entire library of Exam Prep content and its Homework Help services available for free to help students who have had their academic year upended by the coronavirus pandemic. Students now have free access to over 10,000 course lessons until May, 21, 2020.

Founded in 2017, Wize is an online learning platform for first-year university and college students. Wize instructors have been helping students since 2008 with its two subsidiary Exam Prep companies, Beat Your Course and SOS Tutoring.

“Making our exam prep content and Homework Help services available for free was an easy decision knowing how much stress students and parents are feeling right now,” says Cyrus Moradian, CEO and Co-founder of Wize.

“The COVID-19 crisis has thrown a real wrench into the school year and we’re deeply concerned how it will impact the academic progress of first-year students.”

Full access to the Wize course library would usually cost $20 per month or $120 billed annually.