Kick Ass in College
- A Guerrilla Guide to College Success
- Narrated by: Gunnar Fox
- Length: 4 hrs and 10 mins
- Abridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-19-05
- Language: English
- Publisher: Kick Ass Media
Regular price: $11.95
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While Kick Ass in College is irreverent and laugh-out-loud funny, Gunnar Fox is out for more than his readers' laughter: he wants their full attention and commitment to his "kick-ass" study techniques and life strategies.
In addition to providing a blueprint for classroom success and preparing students for the highly competitive job market that awaits them, this instant college classic tackles relationships, substance abuse and many other real-world issues, all with Gunnar's trademark combination of raucous humor and bone-chilling candor.
What will students take away from Kick Ass in College?
A unique success toolbox bursting with underground secrets and guerrilla study tactics they won't learn anywhere else
The techniques for relating to faculty and staff they must learn to get the edge in the ultra-competitive, sink-or-swim college environment
The know-how and deep motivation to make every day in the classroom a steppingstone to the career of their dreams
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Kelli on 11-30-10
Gunnar Fox has a great voice and a very motivational way of speaking...it's not just in his message, it's in the delivery too. I purchased this book to see if I wanted to give it to my step-daughter who is stuggling in her sophmore year of college, not grade wise, but motivation wise, she's not enjoying her college experience and I was looking for something to help her out of her slump. I will definitely be giving her a copy to help her out :)))))
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By Michael on 07-07-06
It's a good motivational audiobook
But if you want to save yourself the burden of buying and listening to the book the main point is to study and read the textbooks of your classes. I personally don't agree with his dietary tips. I'm sure that there is scientific evidence to support his hypotheses about the benefits of good eating habits and how all that jazz makes you that much more effective as a learner, but what would college be without beer, pizza, chicken wings, ramen noodles, and tons of coffee? Especially those 99 cent totinos or jenos pizzas; man that is a dietary staple for college students. But otherwise it is a good listen and it possesses a large amount of useful information, and maybe some or all of it is now plugged into my subconscious memory and it will positively change my life.
5 of 8 people found this review helpful