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by Julia Johnston,Mary Kay Shanley

Author: Julia Johnston,Mary Kay Shanley
Subcategory: Business & Finance
Language: English
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series; 1 edition (May 1, 2007)
Pages: 272 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.5
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Автор: Shanley Mary Kay, Johnston Julia Название: Survival Secrets of College Students Издательство: Kaplan .

Автор: Shanley Mary Kay, Johnston Julia Название: Survival Secrets of College Students Издательство: Kaplan Классификация: ISBN: 1438001010 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781438001012 ISBN: 1-438-00101-0 ISBN-13(EAN): 978-1-438-00101-2 Обложка/Формат: Paperback Вес: . 94 кг. Дата издания: 0. 8. One of the authors most important nuggets of advice is, Dont think of college as a party place away from home; think of it as the place where you get ready for the rest of your life.

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Paperback Books Joan Johnston. Mary Kay Andrews Books. College students will welcome this book's light, conversational approach and its need-to-know advice that could spell the difference between success and failure in their academic and social lives. The authors have integrated practical input from currently enrolled college students across the country in their discussion of virtually every facet of college life.

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College is the greatest life-enhancing venture a student can embark upon-and an enormously expensive one for parents. Over the years, tuition costs have skyrocketed, and they aren't about to go down. Today it's more important than ever to make sure your choice of college is well-informed, practical and takes all factors into consideration.

They recognized it as a reliable source of solid advice, served up in an easy-to-read style. One of the authors’ most important nuggets of advice is, Don’t think of college as a party place away from home; think of it as the place where you get ready for the rest of your life. They go on to advise students on how to: Cope with that less-than-perfect roommate.

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They go on to advise students on how to: Cope with that less-than-perfect roommate. Every chapter in this book rings with authenticity, and includes quotations from students who have been there, done that, and have come through with flying colors. Enhanced with cartoon-style line art. Balance time between study, work, and leisure. About The Authors. They go on to advise students on how to: Cope with that less-than-perfect roommate Balance time between study, work, and leisure Deal with homesickness and make new friends Beat test deadlines and study smart Handle heavy course loads Avoid alcohol and drug culture pitfalls Every chapter in this book rings with authenticity, and includes quotations from students who have been there, done that, and have come through with flying colors.

Each year, millions of high school students, parents, and guidance counselors address the issue of college . Choosing a college, taking the required entrance exams, qualifying for admission, paying tuition-these are some of the thornier aspects of the college experience. The book walks the reader through every step of the college journey and provides information on: College entrance exams. Mary Kay Shanley (West Des Moines, IA) has served on state and regional boards of education organizations and was a school board member for 12 years. Julia Johnson (West Des Moines, IA) is a journalist with two decades of experience writing for newspapers and magazines.

College students will welcome this book's light, conversational approach and its need-to-know advice that could spell the difference between success and failure in their academic and social lives. The authors have integrated practical input from currently enrolled college students across the country in their discussion of virtually every facet of college life. Incoming freshmen, for whom the college experience is entirely new, will find this book required reading--but sophomores, juniors, and seniors will also find good advice about study abroad, money management, choosing a major, and more. For starters, incoming freshmen should know what to bring with them from home and--just as important-- what not to bring. Confusion often runs amok during that first semester, whether on a nearby or a far-from-home campus, and for some students, the situation is further complicated by bouts of homesickness. Here are commonsense tips, lists, and stories for dealing with that problem, as well as advice on coping with troublesome roommates, balancing study, work, and play hours, maintaining a healthful diet, hooking up and hanging out, avoiding excessive alcohol, shunning all contact with illicit drugs, finding the best professors, and handling heavy course loads. Every chapter in this book rings with authenticity and includes direct quotations from students who have already been there, done that, and have come through with flying colors. This must-read title is enhanced with amusing cartoon-style line art.