Title: How To Survive Your Freshman Year
Author: Mark W. Bernstein, Yadin Kaufmann, Frances Northcutt, Ed.D. Scott Silverman
Publisher: Hundreds of Heads Books
Publication Date: March 30, 2010
Paperback: 382 pages
Genre: Non-Fiction, College Guide
The end of the school year is rapidly approaching which means graduations invitations will soon be mailed out. Wondering what to buy the new graduate? How To Survive Your Freshman Year put out by Hundreds of Heads may be an excellent choice. The book is comprised of twenty chapters filled with 1,000 tips, advice and wit from hundreds of college students, former RAs and advisors. The advice ranges from the practical, to the whimsical and everything in between. Moving in, Greek life, dorm life, partying, making friends, budgeting and dealing with homesickness are just a few of the numerous topics covered in this reference book. In addition to the numerous chapters of advice the book also contains detailed appendices. How To Survive Your Freshman Year is an easy to read, easily navigated book, which can be read in bits and pieces, or all at once, offering up advice to help out first year college students. An excellent, honest and fresh look at life as a new freshman, How To Survive Your Freshman Year offers useful anecdotes from those that have experience with college life.
I received a complimentary copy of How To Survive Your Freshman Year put out by Hundreds of Heads from The Cadence Group for review. Receiving a complimentary copy in no way reflected my review of aforementioned novel.