‘Never Too Late: A Mature Student’s Guide to Going to University’ is now available in stores worldwide!

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Never Too Late: A Mature Student’s Guide to Going to University

I’m very pleased to announce that my latest eBook, entitled ‘Never Too Late: A Mature Student’s Guide to Going to University’, has been released in both digital and print format today!

If you’re a mature student headed for University, or you’re thinking about going back to school but haven’t made up your mind yet, then this book is meant for you! Enclosed within it are hints, tips and anecdotes intended to help you to make the most of both the social and academic elements of University life, and to let go of the fear that comes with deciding to go back to school.

It can be obtained from Amazon (in print or for Kindle) by clicking here (for a print copy) and here (for the eBook)

Alternatively, you can buy it in print here

Or if you use Palm Reader, Sony, Kobo, etc., you can buy a digital copy here

Why not check it out? Previews of the first 10% can be downloaded FREE!

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7 thoughts on “‘Never Too Late: A Mature Student’s Guide to Going to University’ is now available in stores worldwide!

    • You should! Mature students unite!! 🙂 I think that to a certain extent, all mature students share the same fears, dreams and challenges, but your perspective is unique, as is mine. Part of the reason I wrote the book is because there isn’t really anything like this out there (that I could find, anyway). There can never be too much information available on this subject, I think!

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      • I went back to school 3 years ago. I could not find anything anywhere on what to expect. I remember sitting in my first class feeling absolutely terrified and quite dumb. Now, I love school and only have 4 classes left until I graduate! I would love to pursue my Master’s Degree in the future.

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      • Congratulations in advance! I know what you mean, I felt so sad knowing I couldn’t carry on studying for my Masters right away…. I just couldn’t afford to fund it, but I plan to go back once I can 🙂 Just soak it up whilst you’re still there 🙂

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      • Age only equals experience – when it comes to teaching, I don’t think they see you in terms of ‘young’ or ‘old’.They only see talent, and motivation, and dedication… if you have that, they’d be lucky to have you. Don’t give up hope 🙂

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