Grades in school determine if one gets into an institution of higher learning - and what kind of institution of higher learning. Grades in college make the difference between getting a diploma or being forced to drop out before graduation. Ultimately, grades can be a factor in determining if one gets that desirable job after graduation or has to settle for whatever comes along. On the subject of grades and how to make them good, many students will find the following facts surprising:
- Students who made excellent grades in high school may not make the same grades in college or university.- Students with the highest IQ or the most mental aptitude may not make the best grades in college or university.- Students who study the hardest do not necessarily make better grades than those who do not study nearly as hard.- Every student accepted into a college or university can make good grades - if the student learns how.
This book is about learning how: how you learn the best, how to take notes most effectively, how to study for the best results, how to take any type of test, and so much more. Read this book, digest it, practice the exercises: make the grades and graduate!
|Publisher:||Old Line Publishing, LLC|
|Edition description:||OLD LINE PUBLISHING|
|Product dimensions:||7.90(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
William Hughes has been a secondary school educator in the U.S. and overseas as well as an adult trainer. He is the author of a variety of books on performance management and career development. As an associate professor at the University of Malaysia, he developed that university's program for enhancing the academic skills of students and beginning their careers after graduation.