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Seth Godin

New York Times Best Selling Author of Linchpin

Yes, college might be the most expensive scam of your life to date, a trap that will suck your time, your enthusiasm and your money. But if you take an hour to see it clearly, college is actually an extraordinary opportunity to become the person you'd like to be. Kyle Winey is an eager tour guide on this urgent journey from here to there.

Richard Koch

Author of The 80/20 Principle, 1+ million copies sold

I believe this book will introduce a whole new generation around the world to the magic insights of 80/20: enjoying at least eighty percent of results from less than twenty percent of hard work

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Daniel Pink

#1 New York Times Best Selling Author of Drive

Congrats to @KyleWiney on the publication of his book, #HACKiversity!


Tony Wagner

Harvard ILab Expert in Residence, author of The Global Achievement Gap and Creating Innovators

Kyle Winey offers great advice in this timely book. Read it before you or your child blows hundreds of thousands of dollars on a 'certificate of seat time served.' Create your own certificate of mastery, instead!

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HACKiversity is a step-by-step approach optimized path toward college success, now with more than 100 pages of new, cutting-edge content.

Forget the old concept of study hard and graduate at the top of your class as the golden ticket to success. Today, there is a different college guide needed in the New Economy. Whether you want to beat the college admission process, develop efficient college study skills, or simply launch the college career of your dreams, HACKiversity is a battle-tested toolkit designed by students, for students. 


Stop guessing at what you think is the best major for you. Stop speculating where you think the best colleges are. See for yourself how HACKiversity can supercharge your college success. 

Includes testimonials from

45 recent college grads, representing 49 colleges and an estimated $7,831,587 spent on college tuition!

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