A Survival Guide for Students

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Cengage Learning, 2003 - Business & Economics - 249 pages
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“A Survival Guide for Students” is a fun-to-read collection of practical, proven tips and hints to make the life of a student easier and more productive. Based on Seven Guiding Principles, this book is an easy-to-read overview of what it takes to succeed in school. A time-keeping chart enables you to analyze how you currently use your time and what changes you can make to use time more constructively. Tips from other students help you cope with challenges and stay focused on your goals. Organized into short chapters and presented in a compact size that makes it easy to take along for browsing whenever time permits, this handy guide can be easily referred to on a daily basis.
 

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Contents

Getting Off on the Right Foot
1
Staying on Track
23
The Goal Zone
39
Its All in Your Mind
55
Study skills
75
Testing and Other High Stress Events
93
Getting Organized
113
Works and Plays Well with Others
131
Say It and Hear It
149
Holistic Hints
167
AllAboutMoney
195
The Job in Your Future
221
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Karen Levine and Alan Gelb are a husband/wife team who write many professional and consumer works. They work in conjunction with an industry professional. Their Survival Guides have been highly successful.

Alan Gelb holds Alan Gelb holds dual master degrees in Writing and Education and is a member of Writers Guild of America and PEN International. He has written many professional and consumer works and his Survival Guides have been highly successful.

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