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College Life 102: The No-Bull Guide to a Great Freshman Year

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2007 - Winter


by Andrew G. Kadar, M.D. ’73 (iUniverse) The author offers advice to newly arrived college students on how to succeed both inside and outside the classroom. Tips include how to dodge the stress of deadlines, enroll in classes after they’re officially filled, avoid the “freshman 15” and get better grades by studying smarter rather than harder. The book also provides information about nutrition, illegal drugs, contraception and tattoos and piercings.

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