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How to Get a First

Insights and Advice from a First-class Graduate. Student to Student

By (author) Michael Tefula
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom
Published: 27th Jul 2012
Dimensions: w 130mm h 193mm d 9mm
Weight: 115g
ISBN-10: 0230362206
ISBN-13: 9780230362208
Barcode No: 9780230362208
Synopsis
Written by a first-class graduate, this text is for every student looking for realistic guidance on how to achieve their potential and graduate with a top degree. Divided into two sections, the first familiarises students with the building blocks to academic success, including degree choice, work ethic and support systems, while the second sets out strategies that students can apply immediately to boost their grades. Packed with practical tips and inspirational insights from other students, this is a relatable and engaging read which will help students to get the most out of their studies. This resource will be an invaluable source of guidance to all undergraduates who have set their sights on getting a first.

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'I have to say I really did love this book! Feeling very motivated and inspired after reading it (a boost most students need at some point during their studies!).' - Iram Satti, English Language & Literature in Education student 'You can tell the author has been a student relatively recently which is brilliant for connecting with the reader. The fact that the advice in the book comes from this different angle is a real plus.' - Seb Knight, Politics & Economics student 'As someone who has perhaps researched educational psychology more than the average person, I still learnt a significant amount from reading it. How to Get a First is a clear and well-organized guide to help you excel in your degree, providing you with the up-to-date advice of its recently graduated author.' - The Boar (Univesity of Warwick's Student Newspaper)