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Listen to Me Now, or Listen to Me Later: A Memoir of Academic Success for College Students 1st Edition
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I joined the Marines, got married, became a cop, lived life, finally returned to the university and to my dismay discovered I had been kicked out. I had to petition to get back in. I was re-admitted on probation.
Ten years later, a 3 page transcript (because I withdrew from so many courses), a bi-modal distribution of As and Fs, I finally earned a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. Ten years, of being the best (Dean's List), and the worst (Probation, Ds, Fs, Withdrawals and Incompletes). College never was an easy walk for me.
Oh, as a Frosh, I was forced to take a "How To Study" course. I learned mechanical techniques such as, SQ3R, etc. But something was missing. I was still feeling terribly alone, and I still faced daily feelings of hopelessness.
Oh how I could've used then what you've told me now, about your own journey Dr. Hoston. It would've helped, greatly. I had no idea any of my professors might ever have faced what I was facing.
Dr. Hoston's book is the melody of a man generously opening his soul, his most private thoughts and experiences, to others, so they might walk along with him, no longer alone in their struggle to grow, to learn, to achieve. "If I can do it, so can you," he tells the reader. And he shares with you just how he managed, how he dealt with the many obstacles along his rocky path.
Professor Hoston is no effete academe. He came from a challenging, highly dysfunctional background.Read more ›
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If you have kids about to go to college, you need this book. If you're in college right now, you need this book.Published on May 1, 2013 by S. Powell
This book is a great motivator for those who are heading into college or those who are debating about going back to college. Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by Shauntelle Thompson