College Basics: How to Start Right and Finish Strong

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Semester Press, 1991 - Education - 144 pages
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This collaboration between professor and student presents brief informational essays for the college-bound high school graduate. Topics include how to stay awake in class, how to overcome ... Read full review

Contents

What This Book Will Do For You
8
Whats Your Major?
15
Conquering the Textbook
22
Figuring Out What Will Be On The Exam
28
Say it Again Sam The Oral Report
40
Getting Value for Tuition
46
Care and Feeding of Professors
52
Dealing With the Results
58
Eating Smart
108
Cooking Right
109
The StartYourOwnKitchen Checklist
110
Anorexia and Bulimia
111
Avoiding Depression
112
A Sound Mind In a Healthy Body
113
Chasing the Blues
114
Suicide is Never the Answer
115

Suspension or Expulsion
65
The Academic Fast Track
73
Build the Perfect Roommate
79
Loneliness Doesnt Last
85
The SixtySecond Student
93
Safety First
99
Financial Aid
100
Checks and Balances
101
Managing Your Money
102
Budget Form
103
Bills Bills Bills
104
Summer and the Working Student
105
Summers Overseas
106
Landing Internships
107
Smoking and Weight
116
The Warning on the Pack
117
The Campus Drug of Choice
118
Losing Control of Drinking
119
Anyone You Know?
120
Marijuana
121
Cocaine
122
Controlled Substances III
123
Some Health Questions Only You Can Answer
124
The Commuting Grind
126
To The Black Student
132
Your Track
139
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