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This is the 12th edition with a publication date of 4/28/2008.
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The Master Student Planner helps students apply new study and organizational skills to their daily lives and can be used as a learning tool in any Student Success or Study Skills course. The 18-month academic planner provides daily and monthly calendar views, a variety of organizational tools, and 31 introductory pages filled with advice and learning strategies culled from our line of Student Success textbooks and includes material on setting and achieving goals, using test time efficiently, and thinking about majors and careers.
Table of Contents
|The Master Student From Becoming a Master Student, Twelfth Edition|
|Prepare for Class From The Confident Student, Sixth Edition|
|Checking Technology Requirements From E-Learning Companion, Second Edition|
|Making the Transition to Higher Education From Master Student to Master Employee, pages 13-14. Copyright 2009|
|Setting and Achieving Goals From Becoming a Master Student, Twelfth Edition|
|When Reading Is Tough From Becoming a Master Student, Twelfth Edition|
|How to Cram (Even Though You Shouldn't) From Becoming a Master Student, Twelfth Edition|
|Strategy for Discussion Groups From Becoming a Critical Thinker, Sixth Edition,|
|Devise Ways to Prevent Procrastination From How to Study in College, Ninth Edition|
|Reading on the Road From Becoming a Master Student Athlete, page 120. Copyright 2006|
|What Financial Aid Is and How to Get It From A Student's Guide to Succeeding in Community College, Dorothy Hoerr, page 17. Copyright 2008|
|A Major Decision: Thinking Early and Often About Major and Careers From Investing in Your College Education|
|College Is the Real World From The Confident Student, Sixth Edition|
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