Top jobs require advanced degrees, and the competition for these limited enrollment programs remain fierce. Undergraduates need top scores… and direction on how to achieve them.
As a retired professor, David R. Gross knows the secrets to securing those grades. His Succeeding as a Student: Tips for Using Your Time Efficiently and Studying Effectively provides the details to ensure high marks with specific directions from beginning to end:
Deciding which classes to take and when to take them
How to arrange your schedule of classes and study times
Effective preparation prior to class
The importance of scheduling time for play
How to study efficiently and effectively
How to take exams
Gaining admission to graduate programs
In high school, you might have been able to wing it and cram for exams and still do well. No more. At the college level, you will require sophisticated study habits to succeed, and they are here in Succeeding as a Student. Follow the advice, make the most of your time in college, and reach your lofty goals.