By Sarah Rynnas/Buzzfeed A new book offers the perfect gift for students who struggle to get through their first year of college.
The book, written by a former assistant dean at an elite private college, is titled “The Big Book of Admissions” and it offers advice on how to make a student’s first year at school more fun.
The best part is it’s FREE.
Check out the video below to learn how you can get your first year back on track:1.
Get the book in the mail.
The most important thing to do to get the book to your school is make sure it’s not already there.
For most schools, you can find it in the school’s office, but in other schools, like a library or an online bookstore, it may be more difficult to find.
To ensure the book is there, send it in a secure envelope with a return address to the school.2.
Fill out the application.
Once you’ve got the book on your desk, take the time to fill out the form.
It should take you less than 10 minutes and is a great way to get your school involved in your decision.
For schools with online application programs, you might want to take a few minutes to complete the form and send it to the appropriate address, such as the Dean of Students Office.3.
Go to your local library or bookstore to pick up the book.
If your school has one, you may want to get a free copy.4.
Go back to your parents.
If you’re in the process of transferring, or transferring from another school, you’ll want to make sure your parents are comfortable with what you’re about to receive.
This is where they can ask questions, ask questions to see if they can figure out how you’re going to handle this, and ask for your opinion on any issues you might have.5.
Pick up your application form at the appropriate school.
If the school has a different application process, you should fill out a different form, or you should get the letter from the school that you’re sending the application to.6.
Send the form to the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) for approval.
If they have the form, they’ll send it directly to the dean of students, who will then forward it on to the Dean for approval, who in turn will pass the request on to your new school.
Once the school receives the letter, it will send it back to the original school, which in this case is the one you sent the letter to.
If it’s the same school, the new school should then forward the letter directly to your current school.7.
Send your application.
When you’re ready to send the application, go ahead and print the application and mail it in.
Make sure you include your name and address in the application for the school you’re applying to.8.
Wait for approval by the school, and if it’s approved, send the completed application to the campus.
This should take about 10 minutes.9.
Complete the form online.
If all goes well, your application will be forwarded to your next-of-kin.
You’ll need to provide them with the official transcripts, a copy of your transcripts, and the application materials, but you should also include a letter of recommendation.
The letter should include the school name and the name of your new dean of admissions, as well as a recommendation from the college dean.10.
Review the materials.
If everything goes well with the school and you receive your confirmation letter, you’re now ready to start preparing for your application!
The following checklist can help you prepare for your first semester:1, Get the books in the Mail: There are a number of online options for students, but if you don’t have a library card, you could use the free online option, which will give you all the resources you need to prepare for the first semester.
For the same price, you will get the entire library, along with a copy, of the entire curriculum, including all the academic books, essays, and other materials.2, Go to the library: Libraries are often the easiest way to find books.
If a library doesn’t have the materials you need, you have a number in your possession.
To find the books you’ll need, head to the Library of Congress website and search for books.
They’ll also have a list of libraries across the country.3, Get your parents involved: Some colleges have online application procedures, which may be easier for you to follow than the process outlined above.
For some schools, the process involves making sure your family is comfortable with the materials they receive.4, Go back and review your application: If everything went well with your application, your school should receive the letters, which are sent directly to you.
If not, you must follow the process described above.5, Send the materials back: You should send the materials to your original school once you receive them, and your parents should be notified. The