The classic guide to effective studying, revised for today's high-tech students
With computers at the forefront of today's university learning experience, the new fifth edition of How to Study fills a long-awaited need for an up-to-the-minute guide to making the grade on campus.
A perennial bestseller since its first publication in 1954, How to Study covers the nuts and bolts of successful studying, including the importance of setting priorities. This strategic guide also introduces readers to the art of studying and the indispensability of being a self-starter--and how to become one.
New to this fifth edition are the many benefits of computers and other 21st-century technologies, maintaining health in the college environment, completely updated material on writing papers, forming and running a study group, a new section on getting letters of recommendation, and so much more.