Foundations: A Reader for New College Students
Virginia N. Gordon, Thomas L. Minnick
Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2004 - Education - 293 pages
Succeeding in college doesn’t happen by chance. FOUNDATIONS: A READER FOR NEW COLLEGE STUDENTS shows you how to make the most of your college experience, from success in the classroom to having meaningful relationships and landing a job when you graduate. And this college success textbook doesn't force you to accept just one perspective; it introduces several alternatives and lets you pick the one that's right for you. And because this textbook teaches you how to succeed in the classroom, it's the one that helps you get better grades as well.
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