College Fast Track : Essential Habits for Less Stress and More Success in College
by Derrick Hibbard and Thane Messinger


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Books for college students tend to be written by committee or college professors or administrators, highly detailed, and pedantic. They are often written as much for parents as for the students themselves. They provide information, but their goal is not to help in ways that students are concerned about. And because they are written by those long out of college, it is difficult for students to connect with the advice. College Fast Track is written by a peer student--a highly successful college student who went on to success in law school. As a current law student when writing his first book, Law School Fast Track (upon which this book is based), the author remains highly aware of the issues facing the current student. Rather than being highly detailed, College Fast Trackfocuses on immediately usable habits. Its goal is to help students improve in measurable ways, and in ways that provide greater--not less--time for enjoyment: success and less stress Once college begins, however, the reading load is enormous (and parties beckon), thus "extra-curricular" reading is unappealing. College Fast Trackis easy to read, pertaining to the essential habits for success in college. Unlike other books on college, this book will not be over-laden with details about mundane issues. Instead, College Fast Track cuts right to the most important issues. Better success, easier study, and higher grades and graduation prospects.

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Overview
Books for college students tend to be written by committee or college professors or administrators, highly detailed, and pedantic. They are often written as much for parents as for the students themselves. They provide information, but their goal is not to help in ways that students are concerned about. And because they are written by those long out of college, it is difficult for students to connect with the advice. College Fast Track is written by a peer student--a highly successful college student who went on to success in law school. As a current law student when writing his first book, Law School Fast Track (upon which this book is based), the author remains highly aware of the issues facing the current student. Rather than being highly detailed, College Fast Trackfocuses on immediately usable habits. Its goal is to help students improve in measurable ways, and in ways that provide greater--not less--time for enjoyment: success and less stress Once college begins, however, the reading load is enormous (and parties beckon), thus "extra-curricular" reading is unappealing. College Fast Trackis easy to read, pertaining to the essential habits for success in college. Unlike other books on college, this book will not be over-laden with details about mundane issues. Instead, College Fast Track cuts right to the most important issues. Better success, easier study, and higher grades and graduation prospects.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781888960235
  • ISBN-10: 188896023X
  • Publisher: Fine Print Press
  • Publish Date: July 2011
  • Page Count: 132
  • Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.55 pounds


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