The Palgrave Student Planner 2009-10
Features self-management tool for students. This book contains things students need to organize their information and time, including study skills advice, diary pages, personal finance guidance, timetables, useful contacts and websites, spelling rules, notes pages, bookmark, plastic pocket and maps.
- Calendar | 216 pages
- 168 x 218 x 20mm | 381.02g
- 19 May 2009
- Palgrave MacMillan
- Basingstoke, United Kingdom
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Table of contents
PART I: STUDY FEATURES; Time Management Tips; Understanding University Jargon; Conventions for Academic Study; Using Apostrophes; Spelling Troublemakers; Tips from Tutors; Useful Websites; Library Books on Reserve; Revision and Exams: Dos and Don'ts; Exam and Assignment Deadlines; Revision Timetables; Record of Marks; Easy-View Term/Semester Timetables; Year Planner; PART II: LIFESTYLE FEATURES; Budgeting Personal Finances; Laundry Symbols; Cooking Temperatures; Conversion Factors; Greek Alphabetic; Computer Shortcuts; Periodic Table; Addresses and Contact Details; Essential and Local Services; Contact Details for College Services; International Information; World Map; London Underground Map; National Rail Network Map.
"'I feel that the planner meets all my needs' - BA Advertising and Brand Management, Staffordshire University '...it's perfect!' - LLB Law, De Montfort University 'This is the first time I have bought this planner and I'm very impressed' - BA Childhood Studies, Leeds Metropolitan University 'It is fab' - University College, Cork 'It is the best planner/diary available' - BSc Pre-Registration Nursing, University of Teesside 'This planner has been a life saver. Thank you!' - BA Business and Marketing, Middlesex University 'I really like this academic planner, well done!' - BA Ancient History, King's College, London 'I love this diary - I have bought 5 this year for friends and family!' - LLB Law, London Metropolitan University"
About Stella Cottrell
STELLA COTTRELL is Director of the Lifelong Learning Centre, University of Leeds, UK. For many years she specialized in study skills, dyslexia and educational development at the University of East London. She is author of The Study Skills Handbook, Skills for Success, Critical Thinking Skills and The Exam Skills Handbook.