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King of review for students
Choose a subject category that you need extra help in and browse for a class that matches. Use the class access code to find your class if given.
Enroll in the class created by your school group and/or by the King of Review.
Monitor your learning progress through a graph that shows how well you are following up with the class schedule.
Follow the class curriculum and solve the K-Set exercise problems for each given chapter.
For each chapter you are given three problem sets, K-Set 1, K-Set 2, K-Set 3. To move on to the next K-Set, you should meet the minimum passing score.
Try the problem sets as many times as you want and make sure to review the problems you answered incorrectly so as not to make the same errors again.
K-Note automatically saves all the problems you answered incorrectly.
Check to see what errors you made for each problem and try to solve them again.
Your goal for the K-Note is to eliminate all the problems from the K-Note.
If you correctly answer all the problems given, the problem you answered incorrectly and the following two similar problems, the problem will be automatically eliminated from the K-Note.
Recall the information you have learned and take a test to gauge the understanding of each subject.
Receive the results of the test instantly after completing the test.
Send a direct message to your teacher with any questions regarding the test or write a post on the class community board to discuss with your classmates.
You will receive notifications with any new tests or assignments.
Submit your assignments and stay accountable for your work.
If you are stuck while doing the assignments, write a post on the class community forums to get some help from your classmates.
Keep posted on your progress with the class through the chart featuring K-Goal.
K-Goal is the parameter that displays your number of attempts for each K-Set.
For example, if you pass K-Set 1 on your first attempt, you will have a 100% achievement rate.
The more attempts per K-Set, the lower achievement rate.