How to Survive Your Freshman Year: By Hundreds of College Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors Who Did

The perennial bestseller, How to Survive Your Freshman Year has become known as the college freshman s bible The Third Edition offers college freshmen 30 per cent new material real life advice and experiences from interviews with college students and graduates across the country, plus tips from the book s new special editor, Frances Northcutt, an academic advisorThe perennial bestseller, How to Survive Your Freshman Year has become known as the college freshman s bible The Third Edition offers college freshmen 30 per cent new material real life advice and experiences from interviews with college students and graduates across the country, plus tips from the book s new special editor, Frances Northcutt, an academic advisor and instructor New entries reflect today s world of new freshman lifestyle and experiences, including all wireless digital devices, social networking, global and political awareness, and the importance of volunteerism.
How to Survive Your Freshman Year By Hundreds of College Sophomores Juniors and Seniors Who Did The perennial bestseller How to Survive Your Freshman Year has become known as the college freshman s bible The Third Edition offers college freshmen per cent new material real life advice and exp

  • Title: How to Survive Your Freshman Year: By Hundreds of College Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors Who Did
  • Author: Hundreds of Heads Hundreds of Heads Mark W. Bernstein Yadin Kaufmann
  • ISBN: 9781933512143
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “How to Survive Your Freshman Year: By Hundreds of College Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors Who Did”

    1. This book as a whole is great and has a good amount of advice. However, some of the advice does not align with my morals and beliefs. There is a whole chapter on drinking and partying (which I almost skipped, but didn't for the sake of a fair review). I would still encourage anyone just starting out in college to read it. While this is more sophomore year, it is my first year away from home so a lot of the advice applied. A good choice to pick up!

    2. Got this book for my high school graduation but didn't actually read it till after my sophomore year. But Ieverything I read I had either seen happen or had happened to me at school, I know this book is good. It gives very good advice and gives you an idea of what college is gonna be like before you get there. I highly recommend reading it before you go off to college.

    3. Definitely a great book to read before starting college. Each page was filled with comments and advices from a variety of people who have already gone through freshman year. There are plenty of stories, including some that will make you laugh. I enjoyed many of them and found some very useful. The format of the book was easy to read, which made it a quick read.

    4. I thought it was useless, except for tips on managing money and time. I guess I won't be the typical college student.

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