With finals just a week away, you may be looking at all your study guides and wondering, “How […]
Procrastination can be the number one enemy of college students. How do we combat it?
We are in the home stretch of the fall semester. Congratulations! Today, Abby Murphy, Junior in the House of Corrie ten Boom, explains her strategy for managing the stress and expectations of final exam preparations.
Take advantage of our city’s study spots and create the space you need to finish well.
Chris Josselyn, Assistant Director of Student Success, is one of our main systems of support for students in math classes here at King’s. Because math to be a greater area of stress for many of our students, we asked Chris to share about his work and why he loves mathematics.
Whether academic, relational, or otherwise, we do well to consider how we deal with setbacks. Today we’re sharing four things to do after a setback.
Today we’re featuring a research-based lecture by Dr. Tim Pychyl, an Associate Professor in Psychology at Carlton University, on procrastination– including what you might do to change.
Choose a method for managing your time, but expect to improve the systems as you go throughout the […]
Depending on your purpose for reading, speed-reading can interfere with how accurately you understand the information being read.
Implementing strategic action steps for studying can help you do better on your exams.