How to get a good degree by Phil RaceHow to get a good degree by Phil Race

How to get a good degree

byPhil Race

Paperback | December 16, 2007

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Phil Race is the author of our text "How to Win as a Final Year Student", (2000) and has published widely in the ares of teaching, learning and assessment. He is very highly regarded as a independent Higher Education consultant, and runs workshops and events at universities throughout the UK for both students and educators. He has taught at a variety of Higher Education institutions including the universities of Glamorgan, Northumbria and Durham. He currently divides his time between his consultancy, and his appointments as ALT (Assessment, Learning and Teaching) Visiting Professor at Leeds Metropolitan University and Senior Academic Staff Development Officer, University of Leeds.
Phil Race is the author of our text "How to Win as a Final Year Student", (2000) and has published widely in the ares of teaching, learning and assessment. He is very highly regarded as a independent Higher Education consultant, and runs workshops and events at universities throughout the UK for both students and educators. He has taug...
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Title:How to get a good degreeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.09 × 6.06 × 0.75 inPublished:December 16, 2007Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:033522265X

ISBN - 13:9780335222650

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Table of Contents


First: Know your enemies: A risk assessment exercise

Tackling the enemies: don't just work hard, work smart!

1. Why aim for a good degree?
2. Making the most of your course
3. Building on feedback
4. Making the most of your learning environment
5. Looking after yourself
6. Going for gold in assessed coursework
7. Aiming high in revision and exams