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Amazing college preparation course for high school seniors

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Amazing college preparation course for high school seniors

Time: April 21, 2011 at 7pm to May 5, 2011 at 7pm
Location: Telephone
Street: P.O. Box 5178
City/Town: Springfield
Website or Map: http://www.precollege.eventbr…
Phone: 6108423843
Event Type: teleconference
Organized By: How to Study - Dr. Stephen Jones
Latest Activity: May 3, 2011

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Event Description

Do you want to jump start your high school senior’s college preparation?   Dr. Stephen Jones is offering a revolutionary teleconference that will increase your student’s chances of college success.  Too many students decide to drop out of college after their first semester on campus.  This teleconference will help students to discover the best ways to manage their time and how to get organized for every test.  Does your high school senior procrastinate and complete assignments at the last minute?  This precollege teleconference will help them to eliminate habits that do not work in college.   Sign up your student for this three part teleconference at http://www. precollege.eventbrite.com.

Annually, over 10 million high school students begin the process of getting ready for college.  Their expectation is that college will be the same as high school.  They remember getting 15 minutes of homework and studying on the bus on their way to the first class of the day.  Everything seemed so easy and studying sufficiently was not a big deal.  Unfortunately many students arrive to college unaware that they may not have adequate preparation for college.  You can give your high school student a one of a kind experience.  This teleconference will stimulate their enthusiasm and help them to avoid the pitfalls that prevent students from obtaining their college degree.  Sign up your high school senior right away at  http://www. precollege.eventbrite.com.

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