Guide to Learning Independently

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Longman Cheshire, 1993 - College student orientation - 254 pages
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Second edition of a 1981 guide for students who need information about writing reports and essays, passing examinations and organising themselves in order to be successful in the tertiary education system. Presents alternative techniques for individuals to choose what suits their own learning purposes and style. This edition includes new information, conventions and techniques which take into account the technological changes in the last 10 years. Includes a list of other references and an index.

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Excellent book from an Australian author on adapting to university study. Includes essay how-tos, and exam strategies. Very thorough. Read full review

Contents

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Planning When and How You Study
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Becoming an Independent Student
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