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Ad/Hd and the College St.has been added to your Cart. I thought I would go through the book before passing it on to my kid. The book is well laid out and has all the components for making the transition from High School to College. If followed it makes for a better college experience than going in cold. Would be an excellent "go to" book when any confusion or struggle comes up. So for those of you who have children that accept and use help with their attention issues ( i hear there are some out there! lol) it's a great book to get things started with college and a good book to go to for reminders
College students who have AD (H) D may have trouble organizing, prioritizing, and finishing their work on.
College students who have AD (H) D may have trouble organizing, prioritizing, and finishing their work on time, doing long assignments, doing tasks that have many steps, writing papers, handling math requirements, interacting with faculty and students in an appropriate way, meeting expectations, and following rules (Latham, 2000).