The exam for “24/7: Fiqh of Du’a and Dhikr” will take place
Exam stats from Fiqh of Chillin (March ‘13):
Exam Attendance: 52.3%
Average Exam Grade: 88.4%
Exam stats from Beautiful Patience (January ‘13):
Exam Attendance: 46.4%
Average Exam Grade: 80.8%
Exam stats from Nation Builders (September ‘12):
Exam Attendance: 42.5%
Average Exam Grade: 75.1%
Exam stats from Behind the Scenes (June ‘12):
Exam Attendance: 38.9%
Average Exam Grade: 61.0%
Exam stats from Pure Paisa (March ‘12):
Exam Attendance: 34.0%
Average Exam Grade: 84.4%
Exam stats from Complicated (January ‘12):
Exam Attendance: 38.0%
Average Exam Grade: 85.3%
Exam stats from Collector’s Edition (December ‘11):
Exam Attendance: 36.6%
Average Exam Grade: 78.0%
Exam stats from Decoded (September ‘11):
Exam Attendance: 30.0%
Average Exam Grade: 77.6%
Exam stats from Shahadah: Fiqh of Da’wah (June ‘11):
Exam Attendance: 42.4%
Average Exam Grade: 75.4%
Exam stats from The Last Breath (March ‘11):
Exam Attendance: 37.2%
Average Exam Grade: 69.7%
Exam stats from The Prophet’s Smile (January ‘11):
Exam Attendance: 41.8%
Average Exam Grade: 75.3%
Tips for Successful Students
Successful students exhibit a combination of successful attitudes and behaviors as well as intellectual capacity. Successful students…
- are responsible and active.
- have educational goals.
- ask questions.
- learn that a student and a professor make a team.
- don’t sit laid back and minimize the distractions.
- take good notes.
- understand that actions affect learning
- talk about what they’re learning
- are good time managers.
- don’t cram for exams.
- practice making retentive connections. They are able to connect past learning with the present.
(Adapted and shortened in 2005 by Alison Lake and Carl von Baeyer from a web page by Steve Thien, Kansas State University, which was based on the following articles in The Teaching Professor. Larry M Ludewig, “Ten Commandments for Effective Study Skills,” Dec 1992. John H. Williams, “Clarifying Grade Expectations,” Aug/Sep 1993. Paul Solomon and Annette Nellon, “Communicating About the Behavioral Dimensions of Grades,” Feb 1996.)