Making Your Education Work For You: A Proven System for Success in School and for Getting the Job of Your Dreams [NOOK Book]

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 In today's challenging economy, students need every advantage to compete effectively. Making Your Education Work For You is a proven system, developed by Dr. Gordon Green, to help students realize their full academic potential and land the job of their dreams. Dr. Green's fool-proof system covers all of the essential skills needed for maximizing academic success and turning that success into a successful career.  Making Your Education Work for You shows students how ...
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Making Your Education Work For You: A Proven System for Success in School and for Getting the Job of Your Dreams

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Overview


 In today's challenging economy, students need every advantage to compete effectively. Making Your Education Work For You is a proven system, developed by Dr. Gordon Green, to help students realize their full academic potential and land the job of their dreams. Dr. Green's fool-proof system covers all of the essential skills needed for maximizing academic success and turning that success into a successful career.  Making Your Education Work for You shows students how to:  *Work with parents for success*Maximize the academic experience*Earn top grades*Find educational assistance*Engage in effective job planning*Secure career success More than just a "how-to",  Making Your Education Work For You contains valuable information on how a good education leads to a good life, the value of getting good grades, setting goals, establishing contacts, gaining work experience and career planning.  The appendices include suggested reading lists and other educational resources, and Dr. Green's own Academic Transcript, which proves his "Straight-A" system really works. 

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Writing for students and parents, Green (Getting Straight A's) illustrates the importance of doing well in school, using statistics and anecdotes from his own experiences and those of other successful people. In the book's second part, he shares strategies on how to read effectively, do well on tests, and get good grades on papers and other assignments. There are no surprises here: start early, pay attention, attend class, and do the work. Appendixes include a list of 101 great books to read as part of a good education, keywords used on exams, a listing of further resources, and, oddly, a copy of the author's straight-A graduate school transcript. One useful feature is a recap of basic points at the end of each section and chapter. Green's writing is easy to follow, and it doesn't take a large commitment of time to finish his book. VERDICT Green covers the subject well but adds nothing new, given the plethora of similar guides. Many readers may prefer a more exciting presentation with illustrations, but the low paperback price makes this worthwhile if your how-to guides circulate a lot.—Mark Bay, Univ. of the Cumberlands Lib., Williamsburg, KY
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781429949392
  • Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
  • Publication date: 6/8/2010
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • File size: 1,023 KB

Meet the Author


DR. GORDON W. GREEN has a Ph.D. in economics from The George Washington University.  His dissertation titled "Wage Differentials for Job Entrants, by Race and Sex " received national attention, including  a front page article in the New York Times. He was Chief of the Governments Division of the U.S. Census Bureau.  DR. GREEN also served as chair of the National Forum on Education Statistics for the U.S. Department of Education. He later became Assistant Director of the Welfare Reform Academy at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research and the University of Maryland Foundation, Inc., concentrating on improving the measurement of poverty and income inequality.  His works are widely published in government periodicals, magazines and professional journals. DR. GREEN lives with his wife in Fairfax Station, Virginia. 
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