Win study help books!
Thursday 21 August 2008
If you want to know how to ace your exams and get a first on all your coursework then this is the competition for you.
So yes we know you are already smart and might not need self-help books on how to be a brilliant student, but some expert help on the matter can never hurt.
We have two sets of six books from Pearson Education to give away, they are:
- The Smarter Student - Study skills & strategies for success at university
- How to write essays & assignments
- How to write dissertations & project reports
- How to succeed in exams & assessments
- Effective Study Skills
- The Smarter Student Planner
To win one of these sets all you got to do is email us your favourite study tip (max 40 words) by 14 September. We'll put a selection of our favourites on the website; the best two will win the study stash!
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pearson Education is also offering a 20 per cent discount on these books for all Independent Student readers.
To get this discount visit www.pearsoned.co.uk/independent
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