Have Your Group Meet Regularly
Try to meet once or twice a week for the duration of the assignment, so everyone can touch base and keep each other posted on how their portion of the group project is coming together. Practice meets, away games, and other homework can make lining up schedules a challenge. One way to schedule is to create an online poll with several different time options, and pick the one that gets the most votes.
Course Hero can help you access study resources to help make your group project a success. If someone in the group can't make it to the next scheduled meeting, you can post a recap of what the group talked about so no one falls behind. After the class is over, you can get a Course Hero refund if you don't need all of these features anymore.
If the group project is for a final exam - or is the final exam - there's no question that the pressure is on. But you can reduce stress for yourself and the group by studying smarter, not harder.
Believe it or not, there's no need to put a ton of hours into making detailed notes - all you need to review is the essential topics that are expected to be covered in the final. You can ask your professor for help with this if you're not sure, but you can also check Course Hero to see what students who've taken the class in the past have to say about what their experience was like. If you don't find what you're looking for, get a Course Hero refund once the final is over - then sit back, relax, and enjoy your break.