If you have ever doubted your abilities to earn an A, this book will remove those doubts and position you for academic success. The key to becoming a successful student begins even before your classes begin. A strong focus towards goals, effective habits, and a well-developed study strategy will provide an unbreakable foundation for future success. This proactive approach empowers the student to work on pace with their courses and avoid cramming during crunch time. Utilizing winning study techniques and sound personal planning help prepare students for the success they have always wanted. When applied, the comprehensiveness and simplistic elements behind this approach coexist to help catapult students into academic positions previously unreachable. In Student Excellence: Become a Winning Student, Bruce Duthie passionately presents a learning system that originated when he overcame tremendous obstacles early in his university career. After graduating with Honors, he realized this story must be shared with other students facing similar academic challenges. His real-life lessons are easily understood, and the results are real. There is a common thread woven throughout the book that centralizes on core values and personal management. The collaboration of effective study management techniques with a personal mission statement provides students with a refreshing outlook to succeed. Student Excellence offers telling new insights into developing a solid academic foundation. Topics include: · Developing a Student Mission Statement · Aligning passion, skills, effort and talent to reach your goals · Strategies for exam preparation and exam writing skills · Nine Habits and Strategies to Improve your Transcript · Identifying the critical information most likely tested · Myths of Education Written in a straight-forward, no-nonsense language that echoes Bruce Duthie's attitude, here is the advice and guidance students have waited for to climb the ladder of educational success. Reach for the top of your class and watch the other students fight to keep up with you!
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Published August 30, 2004
Education & Reference, Business & Economics.