For the month of September we’re highlighting books that will help make you more successful this school year. You can find them in the McGraw-Page Library at the Information Desk book display.
The Infographic Guide to College
by Diane Garcia
College survival just got graphic! There’s so much more to college than course guides and picking your dorm. From doing your own laundry to making friends to scoring a job and staying healthy, there’s no shortage of things to figure out! No need to panic. The Infographic guide to college has you covered with illustrated, realistic advice on how to: avoid the freshman 15, ace your exams, declare a major, master study habits, get around town, get along with your roommate, apply for a loan, and so much more! Summary provided by publisher.
LB 2343.32 .G345 2017
Catalog Link – The Infographic Guide to College
Essential Writing Skills for College & Beyond
by C. M. Gill
Every student knows that writing a successful college paper is no small undertaking. To make the grade, you need to express your ideas clearly and concisely. So how do you do it? In Essential Writing Skills for College & Beyond, you’ll learn down-to-earth strategies for organizing your thoughts, researching the right sources, getting it down on paper … and earning an A. Summary provided by publisher.
PE 1408 .G55837 2014
Catalog Link – Essential Writing Skills for College & Beyond
15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management
by Kevin Kruse
Too many people think working hard leads to greater productivity. However, managing one’s time better is what gives us the energy to succeed in both our personal and work lives. This book provides advice from successful people on managing your time more effectively. Summary provided by publisher.
HD 69 .T54 K78 2015
Catalog Link – 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management
10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades (while studying less)
by Thomas Frank
Becoming a more effective learner and boosting your productivity will help you earn better grades – but it’ll also cut down on your study time. This is a short, meaty book that will guide you through ten steps to achieving those goals: Pay better attention in class, Take more effective notes, Get more out of your textbooks, Plan like a general, Build a better study environment, Fight entropy and stay organized, Defeat Procrastination, Study smarter, Write better papers, Make group projects suck less, Whether you’re in college or high school, this book will probably help you. But not if you’re a raccoon. I want to be very clear about that; if you’re a raccoon, please buy a different book. This one will do absolutely nothing for you. How did you even learn to read, anyway? Summary provided by publisher.
LB 2395 .F68 2015
Catalog Link – 10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades