Al Siebert, PhD, and Mary Karr, MS
168 pages, $15.00 + shipping
© 2008 Practical Psychology Press
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Table of Contents
- Lots of Help Is Available (Read it Online here or go to AdultStudent.com)
- Fears and Concerns: How to Confront and Overcome Them
- How to Choose Your Program, Get Financial Help and Become Oriented
- Actions That Lead to Success in College
- Online Learning
- The Best Way to Study
- How to Get High Grades on Tests
- How to Write Excellent Papers
- Learning Styles and Teaching Styles: How to Influence Instructors
- How to Gain Support and Encouragement from Your Family
- How to Balance Going to College with Working
- How to Handle Pressure Well
- Resiliency in a World of Non-Stop Change
Includes Activities, Index, Additional Readings and Online Resources.
- "This text has proved to be exactly what our students need. We are a two-year Ag and Tech college in the SUNY system, and as such, we have many adults who are re-training after downsizing. I also incorporate information from Siebert’s The Survivor Personality in our discussions. No other textbook comes close to the practical needs of our students."
- Kathy Sellars, Adult Students Services
State University of New York – Morrisville
- "This is a practical book for helping students achieve a balance between their already existing life and the demands of attending college."
- Earl J. Gintner, Ph.D.
Journal of College Student Development
- "This book is phenomenal! I haven’t taken classes for years but I’m getting all my papers in on time, getting A’s in my courses, and still have time for everything else!"
- Mary Rotvold, student
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