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Claiming Your Victories: A Concise Guide to College Success / Edition 2

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Overview

CLAIMING YOUR VICTORIES mentors students in their journey through the world of higher education. Its workbook format gives students easy access to strategies that support college success. It provides easy-to-read suggestions that inspire student motivation, goal setting, critical thinking, and time management. Suggestions are provided within a concise format so that students can quickly read, practice, and assimilate the skills that are essential for college success.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780618233649
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 10/9/2002
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 222
  • Sales rank: 1,233,610
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.84 (h) x 0.34 (d)

Meet the Author

Linda Stevens Hjorth is a professor of psychology at DeVry Institute of Technology, DuPage, where she has served as the chair of Student Orientation for eight years and is also the chair of social sciences. She earned her Masters in Clinical Psychology from the California Graduate Institute. Aside from chairing two departments at DeVry, she teaches student orientation, psychology, and a range of other courses. She also is a trainer, having instructed faculty and staff on stress management, time management, and suicide prevention.

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Table of Contents

Contents

Note: Each chapter concludes with an Information Literacy Exercise, a Case for Critical Analysis, a Writing Assignment, and a Review.

  • 1. Victories in College
    Okay, But Why Did You Come to College?
    Embrace Diversity
    Learning Styles: How Do You Learn Best?
    Take Charge of Your Education
    The College Challenge
    Step Inside...Your College Campus
    • 2. Setting Goals and Managing Time and Money
      Setting Goals
      Managing Time
      Money Management
      • 3. Study Strategies
        Improve Your Reading Study Strategies with PQ4R
        Study Tips
        • 4. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
          Becoming a Critical Thinker
          Be Aware of Errors in Judgment
          Errors of Perception
          What Is Problem Solving?
          Steps to Effective Problem Solving
          Failure Is Okay Sometimes
          • 5. Test-Taking and Memory
            Preparing for Tests
            Preparing for Specific Testing Formats
            Studying for Final Exams
            Strategies to Combat Test Anxiety
            Memory
            • 6. Note-Taking
              Examining Your Current Note-Taking Style
              Recording Notes from Lectures
              Note-Taking Formats
              Tape Recorders in the Classroom
              Recording Lab Notes
              Recording Notes from Readings
              • 7. Writing
                Clarify the Assignment
                Writing Guidelines
                Writing Steps
                Manage Your Attitude
                Combat Writer's Anxiety
                • 8. Relationships
                  Group Interactions
                  Effective Communication
                  Conflict Resolution
                  Date Rape Can Be Prevented
                  • 9. Staying Healthy
                    Emotional Health
                    Physical Health
                    • 10. The Job Search
                      Who Are You?
                      Gaining Experience
                      Locating Employment
                      Telephone Etiquette
                      Research Companies
                      Applications
                      Tests to Get a Job
                      Drug Abuse Tests
                      DevelopingRésumés
                      Format for Creating Résumés
                      Examples of Action Verbs for Résumés
                      Writing Cover Letters
                      How Cover Letters Differ from Résumés
                      References
                      The Interview
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