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Life is definitely easier at the head of the class. Discover the proven strategies to make the grade, written by a straight-A student. This is not your typical study aid book. You will be surprised how easy this is. Don't waste another minute working hard to get a good grade, and actually work less and get results faster by discovering the secrets of a master student. In Super Student Wisdom, Peter Verbansky presents his instruction manual on how to get excellent grades by actually studying less. It's the guidebook every student has been waiting for and it's a must read for anyone who wants to succeed in school. In 16 fast-moving chapters, you'll learn how to: · Act involved and interested, even during the most boring lectures · Leverage your body language and in-class behavior for maximum success · Become a human copy machine to act just like your teachers wants you to · Customize your approach towards any teacher, giving them what they want · Spend a lot less time on anything school related and have more free time · Study less and more effectively by focusing on exactly what you need to know · Take tests faster and spend less time preparing for them · Write essays or research papers in half the time and with better results · Develop a speech your classmates will actually enjoy listening to · Use only twenty-minutes a night to learn any subject · Find the information you need to create more powerful research papers · Debate your opinion and get an "A", even when you disagree with your teacher · Get into any college of your dreams · And much, much more! If you're tired of struggling in school, or simply want to spend less time studying and working on homework, but still get better grades, then you must get your hands on this book. It's easy to read and full of practical information that actually works. Don't do another homework assignment or take another test before reading this book!
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Born to Hungarian refugees, Peter Verbansky was born in Germany before immigrating to the United States at an early age. Peter endured several tragedies as a young man, including the death of his mother when he was only six years old and ending up homeless during the summer he turned twelve. Yet, with the help of a loving father, Peter learned some of the fundamental lessons that would later bloom into his life’s work. Those hardships would later prove to be an important part of the foundation towards his future successes. Throughout his schooling, Peter had a keen sense of giving teachers exactly what they wanted and spending very little time doing it. Peter went on to graduate at the top of his class from both his undergraduate and graduate programs and earning himself a Masters in Business Administration degree from Ashford University. Professionally, motivated by the financial challenges his family endured growing up, Peter has always focused his efforts on becoming as valuable of a contributor as humanly possible. That focus and his innate passion propelled him from frontline production worker into senior management within five years, working for large corporations, small companies and small companies wanting to become large corporations over the years. Peter vowed to do whatever he could to truly help individuals thrive and prosper, people who don’t quite know how to actually get what they want in life. He makes it his life’s focus to understand human motivation, to not just learn what it takes to succeed, but to also truly comprehend how the “system of humanity” functions. Through direct observation and intense study of hundreds of scholars, visionaries, tyrants and “Average Joes”, Peter has built a philosophy that recognizes basic human needs and one that builds a way forward for any individual in search of a prosperous life.
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