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Successful College Writing: Skills, Strategies, Learning Styles

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With comprehensive coverage of reading and study skills, step-by-step strategies for writing and research, and a unique visual approach to learning, "Successful College Writing" provides in-depth instruction on the skills other composition texts assume students already possess. The third edition provides even more help in the areas where students need it most and a stronge ...more
Paperback, 983 pages
Published December 1st 2005 by Bedford Books (first published September 1st 1999)
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I'm reading this book as part of my ENG202U course at the University of Richmond where I'm pursuing my Information Systems degree. This is a required course, of course, however, I'm finding this book to be very helpful in retaining relevant information I'm learning from my other courses.
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This is a good book, it was a college text book that I pulled out the other day to look through. It is a great starter to get creative juices flowing, and learn a few different writing styles.
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Most of the essays are good examples. Of course, my students thought some of them were boring.
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