Stuff Every College Student Should Know

Stuff Every College Student Should Know

Blair Thornburgh / May 28, 2020

Stuff Every College Student Should Know From the best selling series of how to guides comes Stuff Every College Student Should Know the ultimate reference for every part of campus life Packed with tips tricks and handy lists the book gi

  • Title: Stuff Every College Student Should Know
  • Author: Blair Thornburgh
  • ISBN: 9781594747106
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the best selling series of how to guides comes Stuff Every College Student Should Know, the ultimate reference for every part of campus life Packed with tips, tricks, and handy lists, the book gives college kids the lowdown on everything from pulling all nighters to navigating dorm room drama to actually doing their own laundry Covering everything from move in day tFrom the best selling series of how to guides comes Stuff Every College Student Should Know, the ultimate reference for every part of campus life Packed with tips, tricks, and handy lists, the book gives college kids the lowdown on everything from pulling all nighters to navigating dorm room drama to actually doing their own laundry Covering everything from move in day to graduation, this pocket size handbook is the perfect gift for high school seniors because textbooks can teach you only so much.

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    1. Actual Rating: 2.5 stars This was not a bad book by any means. It had some entertaining humor as well as some pretty useful knowledge (thank you for explaining to me what those laundry symbols actually mean). However, it also seemed to be pretty full of things that are common sense. Useful stuff:- Guide to Laundry Tag Symbols- How to Form a (Useful) Study Group- Caffeine Chart- Ten Interview Questions to Have Down ColdCommon Sense Stuff:- How to Keep Your Mini Fridge Clean- How to Take Notes (if [...]


    2. "You didn't bring that PlayStation 3 all the way from home just to play endless solo rounds of Halo" this professor clearly has no idea what he is talking about.



    3. openbooksociety/article/stBrought to you by OBS reviewer ValerieWhile there were some really informative tips, most of this book was common sense. Perhaps this book should be named Stuff Every College Student Already Knows, but that’s just a thought. However, while most of this book was common knowledge, the parts that weren’t were really helpful.What I love most is the resume tips and the tips about emailing professors. Although I consider myself pretty email-savvy, those tips blew me away! [...]


    4. I received this book as a Librarything Early Reads winner.As the mother of a 15-year-old high school freshman, I was interested in what this book had to offer in the way of advice to a college freshman since we are only a few years away from this big event. I think the book has some good tips on food (different ways to cook things with and without a microwave, when to throw various leftover foods away) as well as how to write resumes and answer interview questions).I was not as impressed by chap [...]


    5. The perfect book for the upcoming college student! It is perfect in almost every way, right down to the size. Small and compact, with short easy to read topics in each of the short chapters.Stuff your teachers don’t usually tell you. For example, how to survive your first roommate, how to furnish your dorm or first apartment for little money, how to pull an all-nighter studying for an exam, how to find friends or places to hang out, and so much more.Even my teenage son, a junior in high school [...]


    6. Blair Thornburgh, AB’12AuthorFrom our pages (May–June/14): "In her debut book, Blair Thornburgh shares with the next generation of undergraduates insights gleaned from her four years in the College. Stuff Every College Student Should Know offers practical advice on topics including how to cook with a microwave, how to ask your parents for money, and how to pass a test you forgot to study for. The pocket-sized reference also touches on life after graduation, with tips to guide students throug [...]


    7. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I wish I had had this book when I was a Freshman in college, my life would have been so much easier. Having received it when I was a Senior who had experienced and learned many of the tips on my own I had to say that they were spot on. I liked how small the book was, a cute little pocket book, but the content would be excellent for someone just getting into to college.


    8. This is exactly what I need to take with me for college. Thornburgh did an excellent job supplying us freshmen with advice and practical knowledge. While some of the things are common sense, it is always a good to have someone else reiterate that kind of stuff. When you are stressed out, it can be hard to remember those kinds of things. This book is going with me to college.


    9. Liked:- Tips. The tips were easy to follow and realistic. - Style. The style of this book was very easy to read.Didn't Like:- Boring. I felt like the author could've added in some personal stories to make reading this more interesting.- Read it just to read it. I just read it to read it, I didn't really enjoy it. Overall:- Eh. Just an okay coffee-table book.


    10. This is a handy little book for freshmen going off to college on their own for the first time to take with them as a sort of go-to guide. It covers everything from doing laundry, cooking with and without a microwave, dealing with a roommate, relationships, pledging, studying all the way to writing a resume.I got this book for free in exchange for a review from LibraryThing.


    11. I already knew about half the tips in this book, but it also gave me new hints for when I attend college in the fall. It will also be great for anytime I get stressed and just be able to read the tips. Anyone going to college should read this.


    12. A quick read with some nicely written tips (using an iron to make sandwiches, finding stuff on the cheap / free, dealing with other peeps).I have no idea why this caught my eye at the library, but it was a nice change-of-pace read.



    13. This was so fun to read. I wish someone would have given this to me before I started college! Full of fun, useful information!



    14. It was pretty neat! I probably should have read it prior to my second year of college but that is okay! It gave me some ideas and made me realize I didn't do as terrible my first year as I thought!



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