Is StudyPro for You?

Is StudyPro for You?

Some students come by executive skills naturally and don’t need to ‘externalize’ the process. Others need support with developing strategies until the process becomes natural for them.

The continuum for brain maturation is natural and appropriate, but not forgiving to the student who has not internalized necessary skills to meet the demands of their school curriculum.

What is your student profile?

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“I am feeling anxious and losing confidence in my ability to meet my potential.”

There are no bad learners, there are no lazy kids – there are only smart kids who don’t know how to learn. If your child is struggling with school due to anxiety, ADHD/ADD, or learning differences, they are probably frustrated, stressed and scared. Regardless of intelligence, when students get anxious, they become less productive. If your student is challenged by:

  • Organizational skills
  • Lack of time-management
  • Trouble starting or stopping work
  • Forgetfulness, or
  • Falling grades,
  • the key to fixing the problem is in understanding and dealing with the ROOT cause, vs. just the symptoms. In most cases the chances are they are not struggling due to a subject skills deficit but due to a study skills deficit. If your child has not mastered the process of learning, no amount of subject-specific tutoring will help and in fact, subject-specific tutors may become little more than homework helpers.

    A strong “study skills” foundation gives students an edge by teaching them how to best:

    Manage time

    Organize thoughts and materials

    Plan and prioritize work

    Get started

    Stay on track

    Learn from mistakes

    The solution, instead, is teaching personalized strategies to improve planning, initiating, organizing, time managing and completion to help them achieve their potential across “all subject matters”.

    At The StudyPro, we give students a formula to lean back on. We help them overcome their fears through practice that allows them to feel like they are back in control. And the great news is that once you recognize the problem and have the willingness to change, it is one of the easiest things to fix.

    Our goal is to not only inspire students to work harder and challenge themselves academically, but to help them truly believe in themselves and their own abilities to produce excellent work.