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“This book delivers on its title 100 Percent. I wish I'd had a copy when I was in college—I would have had a better GPA and a better social life!”—Jason Ryan Dorsey, author of My Reality Check Bounced!
“A smart, concise, fun, and above all informative guide on how to ace college by being smarter about how to work . . . This book is a must-have for anyone who wants to do well at college and enjoy it too.” —M. Cecilia Gaposchkin, Assistant Dean of Faculty for PreMajor Advising, Dartmouth College
Cal Newport graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth in 2004, where, using the strategies outlined in this book, he earned thirty-six straight A’s in a row. Also the author of How to Win at College, he is studying for his Ph.D. in computer science at MIT.See all Editorial Reviews
I really enjoyed this book. The only bad thing is it's mainly pointed toward full time students, not all students. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Tasexton1989
Top notch help & guidance for students. A must. I've recommended this to many students.Published 16 days ago by lilac
The author had provided insights and tips of real straight-A students from top schools with a break-down of common issues faced in time-management and procrastination.Published 1 month ago by Kristie Stromgren
This book helped me a lot with my time management and eventually my grades! Just thought I'd let other people know it's a really helpful tool for college.Published 1 month ago by Dave M
I'd say if you're emotionally stable and try to do what he says, you'll see improvement. If you already have an organized schedule and process for studying this might be hard for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Haley
As a freshman/sophomore, I was consistently on the Dean's List, but it took a lot of work in terms of both time and effort. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hart Goodwynn
good tips! Will apply them this semester and hopefully be a AAAA+++ studentPublished 2 months ago by Cassie
I read througly this book while studying Java and I found it actually works so I was able to save time and enhance my concentration.Published 2 months ago by Sunho Choi