So you've got a place at uni, your bags are packed and you're ready to start your degree . . . or are you?
Do you know how to take lecture notes? Or what happens in a "tute"? Have you been wondering exactly how you do research? And what about staying out of debt, or meeting new friends? We don't want to push any panic buttons here, but if all of this is a bit of a mystery, you may just need this book.
Take it from someone who knows - Dr Elizabeth Hardy has been there and to the degree (several actually) and now she wants to give you the benefit of her vast wisdom. Whether it's how to construct an essay, pass exams, find your way around the library, tame your lecture notes, beat procastination or manage your money, she's got the answer - or at least a sound piece of practical, realistic advice you really can't afford to pass up.
So, if you feel like you're about to land on a different planet without any supplies, take a leaf out of this book. You'll soon find that university is not such a mysterious world, but a pretty amazing place that can transform your life.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 11 / 2003