Ready for College?

Talk with almost any faculty member and they will tell you that many (sometimes it's most) of their students are unprepared for college. They lack basic skills in reading, writing, and computation but also don't have very effective study habits and techniques. Most teachers try to convey their concerns about this lack of preparedness to students, but often it feels as though those messages are falling on deaf ears.

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