How to Get Better Grades
- Working Towards the Best College & Professional Life
- Narrated by: Deaver Brown
- Length: 1 hr and 7 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-10-07
- Language: English
- Publisher: Simply Media
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Early Years: Extra Time, Extra Work, Extra Activities, Extra Talk in Class, Be Helpful
Design Semester/Unit Homework Commitments in Overall Time: Through Grade 6
Public School vs. Private School
Seventh & Eighth Grade through High School: Junior Year and Money
Extra Curricular Activities and Jobs/Internships to Improve Your Chances for College
Design Semester/Unit Homework Commitments in Overall Time: Through High School
Homework Assignments: Writing, Reading, Math, AP Courses
Focus: Reading/Math/Writing and Your Subject; Extras; the Spin into College
Pick College, College Focus, College Subjects Early
College: Choosing Courses for Duration; Design Homework; Listen to Audiobooks; Tutors; Professors; Graduate Assistants; Extra Curricular Activities
Focus: Your Major, Your Profession, Your Future
Graduate School: Have the End in Mind
Post Graduate/Career: Keep Learning, Reading, Listening, Updating. Most don't
Tips: Bring Books to Your Office; Audiobooks for Car or iPod.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Evan on 06-24-07
READ BEFORE YOU BUY
This book seems like it is for a student; however, it is mostly based for parents. This guy talks too much about himself and how well he succeeded. He teaches you the basics, stuff everyone already knows. There is little talk about tips that are actually helpful. I would expect so much more but i guess you get what you pay for!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By lucyz91 on 10-06-17
Title is Misleading
I thought this book was interesting and helpful to a degree but not a tool for getting better grades. It was a good book on organizing your time between homework and extracurricular activities and he gave many helpful tips on what to look for and do for college and post college acceptance . He definitely let us know, many times in the lecture, how accomplished his is. Good for him but for someone looking to improve on their own academics, he makes one feel like they aren’t measuring up so what’s the use.
Overall, a good audio to help organize oneself to prepare for higher learning but not a good book for getting better grades. Thus, this title is very much misleading.
P. S. His voice is very charismatic and keeps your attention so I’m sure other audios from him are worth the time.