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8 Ways to help your Child do well in Exams

8 ways to help your child do well in exams

Do you know how many students appear for NEET Competitive Exam every year? Last year approximately 11, 38, 790 students appeared for the NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) out of which 6 lakh cleared the exam and qualified. The number keeps increasing each year. Now imagine the amount of pressure your child might be facing before and during the exam with such high level of competition. As a parent you cannot change the situation, …

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How can parents support their child during board exam preparation?

With exam season in full swing, both students and parents feel like trending on eggshells. As much as it is a nightmare for students preparing for board exams it is also for the parents who spend sleepless nights praying for their child’s success. Undoubtedly, Board examination plays a vital role in a student’s life and pretty much influence his/her future career decisions. For parents there is nothing more stressful than to see their child fail …

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Is your child learning enough?

“Is my child learning enough?”, “Is he/she accomplishing his/her goals?”, “Is he/she doing enough to reach his/her target?” Parents encounter such questions all the time and it is also a matter of great concern for them. After all, being responsible for a child’s education is a heavy load to carry. Needless to say, parents play a crucial role in the learning of their child. They are the first teachers to their child and their support …

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Do you compare your kids to others?

“Mr Khanna’s son scored a 90”, “Monika Aunty’s daughter stood first in her class”, “Look at your elder brother!”, “Do you know your friend will be competing in national level tournament?”. Sounds familiar? Sure it does! From the time a child takes birth, comparisons become a yardstick to measure his/her worth. It is a common practice used by parents to bolster the performance of the child. They fail to understand here that every child is …

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