5 edition of You Can Survive College found in the catalog.
You Can Survive College
by Educational Media Corp
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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The college-bound kids you know will more than likely fall into this trap of “normal” unless you arm them now before it’s too late. They don’t realize that the decisions they will make in the next four years can affect them for the next 40 years. Will You Survive College. 1 Comment. Look, in this day and age, you need a college degree to make it in this world.
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Successfully take notes for a difficult class. Treat your roommate with dignity and respect. Take the initiative to meet new people. Keep in contact with your loved ones.
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