For a full description of this text, see Ellis, Becoming a Master Student, 10/e.The concise version of this best-selling text accommodates shorter courses while still offering the key elements of the complete text by combining topics, and ...
ining topics, and streamlining articles and activities.New! Features from Becoming a Master Student, 10/e, also appear in the Concise edition, including Student Voices and Workplace Applications.New! Explanation and terms in the Learning Style Inventory have been simplified for clarity and ease of use.New! A resources chapter focuses on financial strategies, community resources, and computer resources. In addition, a new article, "Don't Let Debt Bring You Down," offers suggestions on preventing credit card debt and paying student loans.Updated Master Student Profiles include Raul Julia, Greg Louganis, Cesar Chavez, and scholarship contest winner Suny Urrutia Moore.Updated technology coverage includes new links and web references, plus dynamic, interactive exercises available online for students to submit to instructors electronically.Additional reading strategies offer students a variety of ways to increase reading speed, comprehension, and retention.A significantly shorter format (10 chapters) makes the Concise suitable for 0, 1, and 2 credit courses.