Hey Parents

Do you worry your teen won’t qualify for college or university?

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Are you feeling the pressure to ensure your teen is academically prepared for higher education? 

I bet you're wondering if your teen's grades are good enough, whether they'll have the pre-requisites they need, and how they'll compare to all of the other applicants they're competing with.

Okay, well... here are some strategies and resources that might help with that.

Strategies and Resources

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 Encourage a love for learning

  • Cultivate curiosity: Foster an environment that encourages questioning and exploration of ideas.
  • Promote reading: Encourage reading for pleasure, not just for school, to develop their vocabulary, comprehension, and critical thinking skills.
  • Demonstrate lifelong learning: Show your own commitment to continuous learning, setting a positive example.
  •  Help them learn how to study effectively

    Have you heard of the SQ3R Method of Studying? I hadn't either. I wish someone would have taught me this method before I went to university.

    Basically, the method helps students actually learn what they are reading about in their textbooks rather that just memorizing it temporarily.

    Want your teen to do better in school? Enroll them in our online course: Use the SQ3R Method of Study.
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    Use the SQ3R Method to Study

     Help them set academic goals

    Encourage your teenager to set and work towards academic goals, which provides direction and motivation.

    If you need help with that, consider enrolling your teen in our online course: How to set SMART goals and actually achieve them.
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    How to set SMART goals and actually achieve them

     Keep in regular contact with their teachers

    Maintain regular contact with their teachers to understand their progress, strengths, and areas of improvement.