Students who have a classical education usually do very well in colleges or universities. This is mainly because they have concentrated on developing the arts of learning and thinking rather than simply collecting information. They find it easier to categorize and order everything they are learning, and recognize which information is important and which isn’t. They know which questions to ask, and how to pursue them until they find the answer. They tend to have a more voracious appetite to learn because they know how important the truth is. They can recognize when something has been proven and when it hasn’t.