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Your First Year of College: From Classroom to Dorm Room (Library Binding)

Maria DaSilva-Gordon

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Library Binding. This book provides an introduction to college life, highlighting what makes it different from the high school experience. Its a perfect guide for both reaching academic success and .Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 80 pages. 0.340. Bookseller Inventory # 9781435836006

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Title: Your First Year of College: From Classroom ...

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This book provides an introduction to college life, highlighting what makes it different from the high school experience. It’s a perfect guide for both reaching academic success and having a rich and satisfying campus life. Chapters include tips on designing one’s academic program, studying and staying organized, navigating social and extracurricular opportunities, staying physically and mentally healthy, and managing money.

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Grade 9 Up—First Year includes information on budgeting time, designing an academic program, and recognizing and avoiding problems such as binge drinking. Paying discusses in clear detail the various governmental loans, grants, and scholarships that are available to students. The major question asked by Silivanch is whether to attend college or not. The author concludes, in advice echoed in the other books, that attending a two- or four-year college is a must. She makes the case for college as a rite of passage for high school graduates, arguing that they deny themselves monetary gain and economic status when they do not choose to further their education, a position backed up by salary statistics. The book walks readers briefly through the college application process, and in a departure from the other books, outlines the economy's impact on college selection.—Carol Jones Collins, Hanover Park High School, East Hanover, NJ
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