Why wasn’t this book around when I went to university? This was the question I kept asking myself as I read Crush It At College!
Crush It At College was written by two Nova Scotians, Tinlin Academic Advising and Consulting’s Bryan Tinlin, and Danny Zacharias, a lecturer at Acadia University. Collectively, they give useful, concise advice for everything from studying and scheduling, to homework and writing papers. I love their suggestions for helpful apps, software, and handy tools to enhance your productivity at college (I wish they existed 20 years ago, too)!
Crush It At College is a must-read for anyone heading to university or college. I have already gifted this wonderful book (Kindle version) to a young lady who was heading off to university this fall. I look forward to handing a copy to each of my children as they head off to university or college in the future! They won’t have to learn the “hard way”. What other hints or tips will you find inside?
PART 1 – What You Need To Know
Chapter 1: The Secret to Getting Great Grades
Chapter 2: The Shocking Truth About a Bachelor of Arts Degree
Chapter 3: Five Things Students Won’t Do to Get Great Grades
Chapter 4: ‘Drop’ is not a Dirty Word – A Completely Different Perspective on Dropping College/University Courses
Chapter 5: The Low Down on Debt – How Far In The Hole Are You Willing To Go?
PART 2 – How to Crush IT
Chapter 6: Crush IT at Managing Homework Chapter 7: Crush IT By Arming Yourself With Skills Chapter 8: Crush IT By Arming Yourself With Tools Chapter 9: Crush IT at Reading
Chapter 10: Crush IT at Writing a Great Paper Chapter 11: Crush IT With Productivity
Appendix: Wiping Your Grades – What to do in the event of exceptional personal circumstances
Crush It At College is available on Amazon for $13.08 for paperback and only $2.99 on Kindle.
Ever since I read this book, I’ve been giving it out as a graduation present to every high school grad I know. I hope you love it as I much as I do!
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