Posts tagged studying
From a Student’s Perspective: The Advantages to Travelling Abroad During College

As a parent, sending your child to college is a big step. But what happens when they want to take an even bigger step: studying or working abroad? Today on the blog, we are joined by graduating senior at Northwestern University and budding journalist/documentary filmmaker, Adam Yates, to share his unique perspective on why it’s important to let go of our own fears as parents in order to help our children maximize their own potential to grow from the world around them.

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5 Reasons Why Students Underperform in Exams

When exam marks come back lower than expected, many students take this personally. And who can blame them? Education systems around the world use test scores as a shorthand to sort out the “smart” kids from the rest. The truth is, though, that your child could be underperforming on exams for any number of reasons – and as a parent, you’re in a better position than anyone to address these problems.

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Simplifying the College Process for Your Teen: Important Tips to Avoid Feeling Overwhelmed

The college application process is one of the most daunting tasks for a student, not to mention the student’s family. The looming idea of The Future is one that leaves many in a panic working to figure it all out along with life hacks to get into the best college and succeed. Though it is a huge moment in a person’s life, it doesn’t have to be stressful. Read on from this guest post by Jess Foster, with tips to simplify the college process for your child

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Proven Strategies to Help Your Child Focus in School

There are distractions everywhere – whether your child is in school or trying to get their homework done later on at night. Get proven strategies from experts to help your child learn concentration skills, which they will use for a lifetime.

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