Once Upon a Campus: Tantalizing Truths about College from People Who've Already Messed Up

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Kaplan Publishing, Apr 26, 2005 - Study Aids - 256 pages
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What is College Really Like?

Hundreds of college students give you the truth about:

  • Getting along with roommates

  • Dating and parties

  • How to manage your time

  • Classes and majors

  • And much more!

Benefit from their wisdom... And learn from their mistakes:

You have to ask yourself, "What class is going to get me out of bed at eight o'clock in the morning?" That is a class you should definitely sign up for. -- Senior, Biomedical Sciences, Marquette University

Be very careful of the meat the dining hall serves later in the week. Monday's meatloaf has a strange way of reappearing in Friday's spaghetti sauce. -- Junior, English, Georgetown University

Don't go on spring break with people at school who you find annoying. If they annoy you at school, they'll annoy you five times as much on the beaches of the Bahamas. -- Senior, Communications, Cornell University

It's going to seem like you have a lot of free time because you are only in class for three to four hours a day. When midterms come around, however, you will realize what you were supposed to be doing during that "free time."

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Kaplan is the world's largest, most successful test preparation company, with 185 centers and 1,200 satellite locations worldwide. Top markets include Metro and Upstate NY, Los Angeles, Illinois/Indiana, San Francisco, Boston, Washington DC, Michigan, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Southern Connecticut, Central Florida, Houston, Minneapolis, North and Central Texas, Southwest Ohio, and Seattle.

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