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Reviewed by Kristie Ingerto for Readers' Favorite
"Have Fun & Get It Done: Graduate From a Top University in 3 Years or Less Without Being a Genius," written by Jenee Ariel Dana, is a must-have for all high school juniors and seniors who are college bound! Split into short chapters focusing on specific points, teenagers will be able to read through the book or pick and choose sections that are deemed most important at a specific moment. Written and geared toward the students, this book addresses everything from cost of college including living on campus or at home, scheduling not only classes but free time, and the importance of making fun times as well as exercise a part of a routine. It helps us to sort through the questions and provides information about all of the various elements that become a part of one's life as one prepares for college.
I wish I had had this book when I was preparing for college! This is an excellent resource for all college-bound students and even for those who are still undecided whether college or work is the best path to take. This book is filled with useful information and real-life examples. There are also plenty of space for notes to be written down and personal reflection questions throughout the book making it an interactive book. This can be a stressful time and I believe this book would definitely reduce much of one's anxiety. I am a certified school counselor and this is the best resource I have seen of this type geared specifically for the students. I would highly recommend this book for all schools to be made available to all of their high school juniors and seniors.