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Conquer College Option Play Cards

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Conquer College Option Play Cards

Product Code #: RDOPL

Help students make a smooth social transition from high school to college.

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Making a transition, whether you're taking on a new role, traveling to an unfamiliar place, or beginning a different experience can feel overwhelming if you take the entire transition in one gulp. Anyone who has made a public faux pas, presented information that they thought was correct when it wasn’t, or been stumped by a situation that everyone else seems to understand knows how small and flawed the ego can end up feeling. And how, for some people, the experience is enough to put an end to making a successful transition.

The transition from high school to college can be rocky for many students, no matter how much preparation teachers and parents provide. Why not make it easier through a fun and interactive game that gets everyone laughing and thinking seriously about what's ahead?

Conquer College is a simple and social card game to help students prepare for the transition from high school to college. Players have fun as they address a range of scenarios experienced by first-year college students. Because there are no real-life consequences, the game encourages players to take risks and learn from their choices. Students enjoy laughing with each other and at their own discomfort as they discuss issues and situations they are likely to encounter on campus.

Number of players: 6-10
Ages: 16+

Contents:

  • 30 scenario cards (approx. 4" x 6")
  • 2 packs of Answer Cards, containing a total of 100 different responses
  • "How to Play" card
  • Vocabulary card

"You get into it, and it's a fun game to play, which is also important, so you are having a good time and you are bonding with people, and you are actually getting experience for what college will be like. So, that is definitely worth it."— Gabi, Fordham U.

"Maybe this specific situation won’t happen with my roommate but now I kind of understand the right thought processes for myself."— Nick, Drexel U.

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