Making the transition academically from high school to college requires students to realize that there are greater academic expectations at the college level. Students in engineering often have to alter the amount of time they spend studying and the way they study in order to be academically successful. The key to academic success in college is to learn and select new study strategies appropriate for the academic task, monitor your academic progress, and evaluate your learning process.
How do you choose a strategy?
Engineering Your Future by Oakes, Leone and Gunn, Great Lakes Press – available at the CU Bookstore
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