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The Savvy Student:: Getting Better Grades Without Working Harder Or Being Smarter

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Tired of sitting in classes, staying awake, taking notes and cramming for exams to pass a course you couldn't care less about? The Savvy Student is the reference source that you've been waiting for!

In this insightful handbook, two university professors help you zero in on the psychology of the teacher and use this information to your advantage. At times cynical, provocativ
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Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 1st 1999 by Harper Perennial
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Laina
Mar 21, 2012 Laina rated it did not like it
Shelves: young-adult-2012
My rating: 1 out of 5 stars

Oh where to begin with this book? I had to start reading it as satirical because, quite frankly, this book is more about how to cater to what professors want, than it is about how to become a better student.

The book begins with a quiz designed to assess how annoying you are as a student. While this information may be beneficial on some erroneous level, the results focus on the professor's potential opinion of you, not on your academic habits as a student.

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