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College Freshman's Don't Book

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In "College Freshman's Don't Book" by George Fullerton Evans, the author tackles the common struggles and challenges that many college freshmen face during their first year. From time management and study skills to roommate conflicts and homesickness, Evans offers practical advice and tips to help students navigate through these difficult situations.

One of the highlights of the book is how relatable and easy-to-understand the content is. Evans uses a conversational tone and incorporates real-life examples that make it easy for readers to connect with the material. Additionally, the book is well-organized, with each chapter focusing on a specific topic, making it easy for readers to find information quickly.

One minor critique of the book is that some of the advice provided may seem obvious to readers who are already familiar with the college experience. However, for those who are new to campus life, this book serves as a valuable resource for getting through the ups and downs of freshman year.

Overall, "College Freshman's Don't Book" is a helpful guide for students who may be feeling overwhelmed or unsure about how to navigate their first year of college. With practical tips and a supportive tone, George Fullerton Evans has created a valuable resource that will undoubtedly help many freshmen succeed academically and socially.

Book Description:
A short, humorous guide of what not to do in your first year of college.

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