“This book is Chicken Soup for any college student’s soul who is serious about getting better grades with less stress.” (Jack Canfield. Co-creator, #1 New York Times best selling Chicken Soup for the Soul® series. Author, The Success Principles)
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“The advice is refreshingly sensible. Students who follows these recommendations are practically certain to get very good grades.” (Harry Frankfurt, author of the national bestseller, On Bullshit)
“A very helpful and quite humorous guide for students wanting to get the most out of their college experience.” (Harold T. Shapiro, Former President, University of Michigan)
“I really enjoyed the book and only wish I could’ve read it before second-semester senior year!” (Christen Martosella, Editor-in-Chief, The Insider's Guide to the Colleges 2007)
“I wish professors would read this book so they can give away the mysteries to their students.” (Robert J. Gross, Dean, Swarthmore College)
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“Deserves an A+. Must reading for any student wants to learn more and earn better grades.” (Eric R. White, Executive Director, Division of Undergraduate Studies & Associate Dean for Advising, The Pennsylvania State University)
About the Author
Dr. Lynn F. Jacobs is associate professor of Art History at the University of Arkansas. A specialist in Northern Renaissance Art, Lynn previously taught at Vanderbilt University, California State University, Northridge, University of Redlands, and NYU.
Jeremy S. Hyman is manager of Professors' Guide projects. An expert in Early Modern Philosophy, Jeremy has taught at the University of Arkansas, MIT, UCLA, and Princeton University.