D to A in the Ivy League by Allison M. Lee
How I went from D's to A's at Cornell then on to A's at Harvard in 7 Steps with Less Stress and No Homework

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How to study in college or graduate school?

A note from the Author, Allison Lee :

To all struggling students :
I want to say I have felt your pain. Although high school is challenging, college is a completely different ballgame and I drowned pretty bad in the beginning. It’s not just the piles of homework and studying, it’s the emotional challenges of a new environment and new friendships that took a toll on me. It was too much to handle all at once. I want to encourage you not to give up. You just need to make a conscious decision to change your strategies. My book is a simple read and you may need to follow all or maybe just some of the steps. Take what you need from the book and just keep tweaking your study habits until you find a system that works best for you. I know you can do it.

To all new college students and returning ‘mature’ adult students :
Congratulations on your new life! It’s going to be one of the best times of your life. I trust you will do what you need to have fun, work hard, and get A’s. Whatever system you have for studying now, I hope you will also give my book a glance. It’s different from other study books because first of all it’s my story and secondly because I honestly began getting A’s when I stopped doing my homework. Take a look at my approach and see how you can make it work for you.

To all the parents/mentors :
The point of my book is not how to get away with not doing your homework but to get the student in your life to stop spending so much time, energy and worry on homework and instead to transfer that focus onto other more important aspects of their college education. When I stopped worrying about homework my grades drastically improved and I also had more time for a balanced college life.


Book Description
7 simple study skills for college students (and graduate school students) you can start to use today.

One of the best selling education books for Kindle on learning how to study

Learn unique study habits you will not find in college textbooks.

Are you a stressed out student? Is school anxiety taking over your emotions and health? Check out this studying for dummies guidebook.

Do you need help with studying skills and time management in college, graduate school or even high school?

When you begin studying with a purpose you become much more efficient and you can actually stop doing your homework.

Even though her college years are long behind her, to this day Allison still has nightmares of missing deadlines, not finishing a paper, failing an exam or forgetting to go to class.

In this book, Allison Lee will show you EXACTLY how she went from D’s to A’s at Cornell then on to A’s at Harvard with less stress and without doing her homework.

The average student goes about studying the wrong way. The 7 steps will show you how to simplify your studying process and achieve academic success with less time, less effort and no homework.

Imagine all the extra time you will have for social and extracurricular activities because you are not doing your homework.

This autobiographical story is a simple read and a real road map to academic success.

These are study skills for university students, study skills for graduate students and the basic concepts will translate to study skills for high school students too.

Let Allison show you how to study. Get your copy now.

D to A in the Ivy League
How I went from D’s to A’s at Cornell and then on to A’s at Harvard
in 7 Steps with Less Stress and
No Homework

www.DtoAStudySkills.com
 

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Published January 21, 2013 37 pages
Genres: Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction
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Asta Quattrocchi 5 Sep 2013

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