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Advice on distance learning, studying, planning, motivation, finances, and the tricky art of surviving a UNISA degree. Make sure you get a head-start with your studies by downloading your copy today! Just fill in the adjacent form, and we will send you an electronic copy.
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What Unisa Students have to say about “A Guide To Studying With UNISA”:
“Wow, you really spent a lot time and effort on this book. I really enjoyed it and actually found some extra tips in it. I am going to make my studies even a bigger success. I think this book will be very helpful for current students as well as upcoming students. I will most definitely recommend this book to fellow students.”“
– Venecia Buys
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– Terri Ferguson
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– Tamlyn Springer
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– Chantel Sirakis
Written by Tabitha Bailey