College Bound: A Guide for Students with Visual Impairments
American Foundation for the Blind, 2005 - Business & Economics - 268 pages
The transition from high school to college is a significant turning point in a student's life, and this easy-to-read guide gives students the tools they need to select and apply to college and move forward with skill and confidence. Everything a student needs to know is included, from developing organizational, note-taking, test-taking, and study skills to managing living space, student-teacher relationships, social and academic life, and extracurricular and leisure time activities is included.
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Selecting Applying to and Getting into
Starting College Life
Essential Academic Arrangements
4r Organization and Time
Notetaking Skills 1 16
Library and Research Skills
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