Have you ever wondered why, after apparently satisfactory preparation for and performance at an examination, you still come out with poor grades?
Do you find it difficult to settle down for serious study?
Do you easily forget what you read?
Do you belong to either the group of students who have problems with when, where, and how to read for utmost understanding, or the other group that is confused about what to do during lecture periods in order to enhance concentration and aid memory?
Do you find it hard to cope with the atmosphere of the examination hall?
Do you find it difficult even to account for your incessant failure?
Then you need not go far. This book is all you need to answer every troubling question you have ever asked about your academics.
|Publisher:||Sam. O. Salau|
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About the Author
Sam. O. Salau, A leading author on campus issues, is a Professional Student Consultant. Having been dealing and speaking with students for the past ten years, the National Students’ Coach, as he is fondly called by the generality of the academic community, has practical solutions to most of the problems students encounter in their academic pursuit.
A regular speaker in all major student conferences in his country and its region, the young and dynamic University of Lagos trained Mechanical Engineer has published over 20 titles that are of help to the generality of students both in their academics and other areas of their lives. He can be referred to as the most read author on campus issues in Africa. Most of his books are recommended study materials for students in his country. Among them are the best sellers Make Money While in School and Secrets of Successful Students. Some of his titles are also available in French.
He has a revelational insight into God’s engrafted word for all aspects of students’ life. He believes in preaching the complete gospel to the complete student. His major outreach to students is named Students’ God’s Project (SGP).
He is in popular demand as a regular speaker in conferences and conventions that have to do with youths and students generally. He believes in the miraculous and it has characterized his ministrations.
He loves writing and encouraging others.