Brain Train: Studying for success

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Taylor & Francis, Oct 4, 2003 - Education - 332 pages
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A new edition of a highly successful study skills books. The style and approach is particularly suited to current student needs as the author stresses the importance of adopting a positive response to study. The lively and enthusiastic tone, and the practical advice on everything from planning revision to designing CVs gives this book enormous appeal to all, from A-level to mature students.

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Richard Palmer is a jazz journalist and author of seven books. He is the editor of A Jazz Odyssey by Oscar Peterson.

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