Start your freshman year out on the right foot. Get these books for study tips, transitioning to college hints and tricks, dorm life adjustment, how to deal with roommates, dating and finances, and learning to do your own laundry! College is stressful but you can be better prepared for all the new freshman experience with these books. Great for parents who want to connect with their student as well.
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10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades (while studying less)
Becoming a more effective learner and boosting your productivity will help you earn better grades - but it’ll also cut down on your study time. This is a short, meaty book that will guide you through ten steps to achieving those goals: Pay better attention in class, Take more effective notes, Get more out of your textbooks, Plan like a general, Build a better study environment, Fight entropy and stay organized, Defeat Procrastination, Study smarter, Write better papers, and Make group projects suck less.
- Author: Thomas Frank
- Pages: 164 pages
The Voice of College
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The streamlined style of the The Voice of College: the Freshmen Experience makes it easy to read and visually appealing with extensive usage of lists, illustrations, stories and points to ponder. This comprehensive book covers all major freshmen topics including: transitioning to college, academics, dorms, roommates, dating, finances, alcohol, laundry, and everything in between! This handbook is arranged in the chronology of a typical freshman student's experience, ranging from summer orientation to leaving campus in the spring. As a freshmen guide book, it prepares students for the major professional and personal choices they will encounter during college. The Voice of College has the practical and insightful information that a college freshman needs and wants with refreshing, unique humor to keep the reader interested. Dr. Michael Severin and Kipp Van Dyke have over 15 years of combined experience helping thousands of first-year college students while living in the residence halls and working on college campuses.
- Authors: Dr. Michael Severin and Kipp Van Dyke
- Pages: 444 pages