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THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO BECOMING A MASTER STUDENT, 2nd Edition, promotes student success by providing strategies and processes that will help readers discover their abilities and reach their full potential in the classroom and beyond. The 160 page brief text, perfect for first year experience courses, orientation courses, and other short programs, allows readers to focus on core concepts integral for success in an easy-to-read, short article format. Each page invites readers to put new ideas into action immediately and select additional strategies as they plan for their future. With the Discovery Wheel, a new design and the addition of the Kolb Learning Style Inventory, THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO BECOMING A MASTER STUDENT, 2nd Edition, continues to lead the way in meeting the changing needs of today's first-year students.