HOW TO MAKE GOOD IN COLLEGE by Randall B. Hamrich

HOW TO MAKE GOOD IN COLLEGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This should supplement the ""Freshman Bible"" in every college and university, for on the basis of surveys made in 681 schools, the subjects most helpful to students -- outside curriculum --are admirably covered. Etiquette, personal appearance, mental and physical hygiene, summer jobs, student travel, civil service, use of the library, study aids, etc. Good introductory vocational material. Good self help book.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1940
Publisher: Association Press