Student guide to making the most of your business course. Part of a series. Covers time management, improving your memory, learning business writing, doing well in exams and planning for your career. Foreword by Dr Carol Johnston, Director, Teaching and Learning Unit, Faculty of Economics and Commerce, University of Melbourne. Includes appendices.
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