How to quickly and easily get at least a "B” in any
college course by actually studying less, guaranteed...
College Professor Reveals the Secrets to
Get Better Grades
Without Cramming or Becoming a Book Worm
Find out what other students are doing to get on the Dean's List, influence instructors, gain more free time to spend with friends, participate in campus activities, take on a part time job for extra cash, go partying without guilt and making their parents proud while loving every minute of it all.
(And now YOU can have these very secrets and apply them to any college course you take to get the highest grade possible!)
My name is Joe Martin. I'm a college professor and founder and president of RealWorld University, one of the largest student success web sites on the Internet.
Now if you're a college or high school student, or the parent of someone who is, you are in the right place at the right time! For over ten years, hundreds of high schools and colleges have been paying me literally thousands of dollars to teach their students my "tricks" for getting better grades in college.
And now, for the first time ever, I'm making this information available to you right in the privacy of your own home on your own computer.
Please take a few minutes to carefully read this information; it just might be the best investment you ever make in your (or your student's) education.
To Your Academic Success,
Professor Joe Martin
What Do You Do When Your Grades Are Bad and
The Odds of Succeeding In College Seems Impossible?
Just imagine if you were a student graduating from high school with a 2.2 GPA and low standardized (ACT/SAT) test scores. Now imagine being told you were a good kid, but you weren't really "college" material, so maybe you should consider "other" options.
In addition, imagine growing up in a tough inner city ghetto, as a child of a teenage mother (with no high school education), and no father in the household. What would you say the odds would be of you "getting into" college?
What would you say the odds would be of you "succeeding" in college if you were fortunate enough to be accepted? Would it be safe to assume that the odds probably wouldn't be in your favor?
Well, this was the situation I faced as a graduating senior growing up in the inner city ghetto of Miami, Florida. In addition to the scenario just described, no one in my family had ever gone to college (let alone graduate).
I barely made it out of high school but most of my friends didn't. I watched six of my friends die violently before I reached the age of 16; and more than a dozen of them were incarcerated for various crimes.
However based on one negative comment from a Navy recruiter who told me my SAT scores were so low that no one would even let me drive by a college, I decided to prove the doubters wrong (including the ones who told me to consider other options after high school).
And guess what?
At-Risk Inner City Student Goes From
Underachiever to Academic Superstar
Not only did I go on to graduate from college, I excelled, achieving the following:
- Graduated in only 3½ years.
- Graduated at the top of my class in my major (with honors).
- Voted "Student of the Year" among nearly 10,000 students (by my professors).
- Selected "Who's Who Among American College Students."
- Landed a job after graduation paying me in the top 10% of entry level employees in my major, and
- Became the youngest tenured-earning professor ever hired in the state of Florida at the age of 24.
All of these achievements are great, but I have a deeper appreciation for the experiences that made them possible. You see the most important lesson I learned from all of this was "It Doesn't Matter Where You Start In Life, What Counts Is Where YOU DECIDE To Finish."
So the real question is what happened?
What did I do to cause such a dramatic turnaround?
How did I go from a 2.2 high school GPA to 3.8 college GPA?
How did I go from the middle of the class in high school to the top of my class in college?
How did I go from one of many students in high school to "Student of the Year" at my university?
I'll tell you how.
Simple…With A System I Developed As A Student
(And Perfected As A Professor) Called,
Tricks of the Grade is an eye opening, power-packed program on the realities of college (as it relates to academic achievement).
Having spoken and presented the "Tricks of the Grade" program to more than 110,000 college freshmen on 450 college campuses across the country, as well as to thousands of high school students, I finally decided to brings this award-winning program directly into the homes of anyone and everyone who wants to succeed in college.
Giving students inside secrets that other professors won't dare talk about, Tricks of the Grade will literally shock you (and your student) with its honesty, boldness, and directness.
And the methods you'll discover are anything but traditional.
Students DO NOT learn study techniques, memorization gimmicks, speed reading strategies, note taking skills, or test stress relievers; although all of these skills are useful.
However, if these strategies were really so effective, the national college graduation rate wouldn't be a dismal 53% (according to American College Testing) and 33% among minority students (according to Blacks in Higher Education).
In other words, Tricks of the Grade offers an alternative to the traditional strategies for academic success.
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