The College User's Manual: What Professors Wish Students Knew Before the First Class
This clear and concise guide outlines the habits college students should adopt to succeed as well as the things they should avoid that drive professors crazy. Intended for new college students of any age or background who will attend a college or university, this manual is a must for the freshman who wants to start off on the right foot and stay the course. More
So much of what makes students successful in college has nothing to do with intelligence or luck. If practiced consistently, the simple habits outlined in this guide will help college students start the semester on the right track and stay the course for their entire academic journey. Find out the things students do that drive professors crazy, what professors assume about their students from the first day of class, and what professors wish students knew but never tell them. Intended for college students of any age or background who will physically attend any institution of higher learning, this book explains why making simple choices consistently and establishing certain habits early can be the difference between failing and succeeding. Learn valuable tips such as why the first day of class is so critical, why registering early improves grades, the correct way to write emails to professors, and much more.
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