Never Too Late: A Mature Student’s Guide to Going to University

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This book supplies hints, tips and anecdotes intended to help mature students to make the most of both the social and academic elements of University life, and to let go of the fear that comes with deciding to go back to school. More

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About Joanne M. Weselby

Joanne M. Weselby (1985- ) was born in Sutton in Ashfield, England and grew up a stone's throw from Sherwood Forest. A bookish overachiever, she could always be found with her nose in a novel, or her head in the clouds.

As an adult, despite struggling with her health, she went on to obtain a first class BA (Hons) in English Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University in 2012, at the age of 27. Upon graduation, she was awarded both the Five Leaves Prize and the Pat McLernon Prize for outstanding academic achievements in her chosen field.

She now runs her own freelance business working as a writer, academic researcher and copyeditor.

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Review by: nam nguyen on Sep. 09, 2014 :
Very well thought out and light read as it was meant to be. It felt much like a very thorough conversation than a drawn out written guide to being successful. Which makes it something you can finish reading in one sitting and still gain much from it. I Enjoyed the book much and hope to apply it if ever i decide to come back to continue my education. Definitely recommend it even if you don't live in England you can still relate to it. The information is very universal in that all school systems will bring up these circumstances and conditions imposed on a student.
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