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How to Survive the Real World: Life After College Graduation: Advice from 774 Graduates Who Did by Hundreds of Heads
How to Survive Your Freshman Year: By Hundreds of College Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors Who Did by Hundreds of Heads

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  1. The Naked Roommate: And 107 Other Issues You Might Run Into in College by Harlan Cohen (2005)
  2. A Car, Some Cash and a Place to Crash: The Only Post-College Survival Guide You'll Ever Need by Rebecca Knight (2003)
  3. How to Win at College: Surprising Secrets for Success from the Country's Top Students by Cal Newport (2005)
  4. The Smart Student's Guide to Healthy Living: How to Survive Stress, Late Nights, and the College Cafeteria by M. J. Smith (2006)
  5. No More Ramen: The 20-Something's Real World Survival Guide: Straight Talk on Jobs, Money, Balance, Life, and More by Nicholas Aretakis (2006)
  6. Making the Most of College: Students Speak Their Minds by Richard J. Light (2001)
  8. College Rules!, 3rd Edition: How to Study, Survive, and Succeed in College by Sherrie Nist-olejnik (2011)
  9. 10 Things Employers Want You to Learn in College: The Know-How You Need to Succeed by Bill Coplin (2003)
  10. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey (1989)
  11. I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was: How to Discover What You Really Want and How to Get It by Barbara Sher (1994)
  12. My Freshman Year: What a Professor Learned by Becoming a Student by Cathy Small (2005)
  13. Ten Girls Who Changed The World (Lightkeepers) by Howat Irene (2002)
  14. My Roommate Is Driving Me Crazy!: Solve Conflicts, Set Boundaries, And Survive The College Roommate From Hell by susan Fee (2005)
  15. Colleges That Change Lives by Loren Pope (1996)

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