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Louis C Vangieris Succeeding In The Game Of College is pretty much a helpful guide towards students Vangerieri talks about how to become a successful college student The main points that I got from it was that in order to succeed you must develop and grow into a better student While reading I learned about becoming a stronger reader writer and note taker Also to be in School because I want to not because its someone elses idea The higher you get in education the more money you make How to communicate and interact better will help you succeed The importance of researching and taking college exams To me these main points are important because it helped me understand how even though I hate taking notes and studying I need to That I dont need to over work myself just plan accordingly for study time How I must improve my writing skills I came to the realization which no matter what everyone needs help so seek it Use the resources around you As well as being in school because I want to will help motivate myself Work towards a goal not because some one is forcing me to That the higher you get in education say a master degree in Sociology the more money you earn The thing to consider about that is whether or not Sociology sparks an interest in you The last and most important point to me was researching I know I hate it There is no other way around it though College involves a lot of research May it be for a paper for an exam even to find the right degree for myself It actually made me sit there and think about whether I want to pursue a degree in Engineering I did some research and yes I do In conclusion the book was very well written and easy to understand I like how
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