What every high school student doesn't know--yet: a guide for the college-bound
"You're heading off to college. You're eager, you're excited, you're thrilled, you're confident, you're terrified. No matter the emotion, this is the guide for you. This witty, wise, no-nonsense guide will take you through all the big and little things that successful college students learn--usually the hard way--and wish they had known before they started. You need this book is you want to know how to: Survive orientation, Get the lowdown on fraternities and sororities, Enjoy the dining hall, Score the best campus job, Deal with roommates, Beg your parents for money, Get great recommendations. From bad grades to room parties to cross-country road trips, this book will teach you the ins and outs of college life. If you're going to college, or you just got to college, or you're thinking of going to college, or you know anybody who's going to college, you'll love this book."
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