Academic achievement is important because it prepares students for future careers. It also allows students to enter competitive fields. Academic achievement is often a sign of a refined intellect, which can help students in all areas of their lives.
Why is academic success important? Academic success is important because it directly decides the positive outcomes of the students after graduating. There is nothing out of the blue, a research shows that the students with good degrees or high levels of education are more probably to be employed and paid a higher salary grade than the others ...
What is the importance of academic subjects in everyday life? This is a question often asked, but seldom answered to satisfaction. What benefit is to be gained from studying philosophy? How many professional philosophers do you know, making a lucrative living seeking the meaning of life, or challenging the eternal verities?
The Importance of Academic Writing Cearra Gingras COM/155 Saturday, November 17, 2012 Kathryn Cid The Importance of Academic Writing When writing an academic piece there are four components your piece must possess, audience, tone, content, and purpose.
Academic writing has always played a large and central role for students all over the world. School and university teachers spend many weeks of the year trying to pass on their knowledge and teach their students to write academically, as they know the benefits of acquiring this skill early on.
Academic writing is indeed vital for growth and enhancement of important skills to be able to lead a successful life after the completion of studies. This article highlights some of the important aspects of academic writing that are vital for growth and to be able to lead a successful life.
Academic advising is key to any student’s success in college. Unfortunately, academic advisors don’t get enough credit. FNU, a regionally accredited private college serving the South Florida community, aims to change this by educating students on the importance of academic advising.
Academic writing remains a major role player in higher education, both in course retention and the consequent assessment of student knowledge. Its significance therefore cannot be underscored.
David Brooks is at it again. His March 5, 2012 column in the NY Times, "The Rediscovery of Character," give strong intellectual, moral, and practical support for schools' considering Social, Emotional, and Character Development (SECD) as essential for and integrated with academic competence and success. The subtext of Brooks' article is that people are still slow to believe in th...
2011 Applied Science and Technology Scholarship Janelle Regier is the winner of the Association’s 2011 Applied Science and Technology Scholarship. Janelle graduated from Winston High School in the Horizon School Division. Janelle is enrolled in the Dental Assisting program at SIAST - Wascana Campus in Regina. Why is Academic Success Important?