College studies is like a move of one's life to the next level of accomplishment. You are no longer in high school, and what does this really mean? This means that you have to fasten your mental seat belt, because it is going to be a while before you reach the level you are yearning for. If you really want to achieve A's on all your tests, then you must be ready to endure the turbulence of hard work in order to attain them.
Success is a matter of doing better and better each and every moment you pursue something. If you're doing well, you'll want to keep those successful habits, improve on them, and add some more. If you're not doing as well as you'd like, it's time to do better. With a little bit of effort, the right steps, and guidance you will definitely make it. This is a book with proper guidance, and it will help you become a more efficient learner.
This book also considers the learning process and individual learning styles as well as planning, time management, setting realistic and achievable goals and objectives, staying focused, applying self-motivation strategies, and the different approaches to learning that may be taken. This book is aimed primarily at students who really want to engage themselves seriously in college studies. In addition it's for any individual who has an interest in understanding the learning process and utilizing that knowledge in order to progress further in life and eventually get good jobs or become self-employed.
This book is a step-by-step guide with an objective to both inspire and motivate students to have and improve the ability to think freely and reasonably; to carefully plan and organize themselves, their time, and their work; and to approach tests and examinations with confidence.
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By jillian grant on 17-02-2017
Interesting but not for me.
Is there anything you would change about this book?
Am not sure.
Would you recommend How to Study in College to your friends? Why or why not?
I might if they were school leavers as the information may be more useful to them than mature students.
Which character – as performed by Christopher Michael Lewis – was your favourite?
Was How to Study in College worth the listening time?
Yes because I was curious but no, as there wasn't anything in it that was helpful or that I didn't know.
Any additional comments?
I think this book will probably work for the target audience but not mature students. I don't know of how much comfort it will be when students are struggling with their courses. also, when the different ways of learning were mentioned, nothing was said about those who learn through theory or practical work.