Part of success in college is knowing how to use your resources. Today we’re introducing one of our favorite resources, College Info Geek, on the topic of note-taking.
Feeling overwhelmed? Strategic indulgence might be the practice you’ve been looking for.
Whether it is the first time or fourth time you’re making a change to your course schedule in your time at King’s, it’s good to have the steps handy–and to be reminded to talk with Academic Advising before you do.
Why read “What the Best College Students Do?” Besides being the book we most frequently recommend, it’s also a research-based, story-driven description of how to approach learning in college.
You can begin to develop habits and rhythms for academic success by being intentional with the first days of the semester. Here are six ways to know you’re nailing your first week at King’s.
Choose a method for managing your time, but expect to improve the systems as you go throughout the […]
Academic failure does not have to be the end of the story. Perhaps it’s only the beginning of a bigger story God has for you to discover.
Depending on your purpose for reading, speed-reading can interfere with how accurately you understand the information being read.
Among King’s students, excessive absences are correlated with declining letter grades. We believe this is a reflection of missed learning opportunities, and it’s an expensive missed opportunity too.
Featuring excerpts from Philip Dow’s Virtuous Minds, consider what motivates a Christian learner. What motivates you to learn at King’s?