Every parent wants their student to bring home a report card full of A’s, but as you have probably learned, that doesn’t always happen. You are desperate for your child to succeed in college; however, you may be too far away to monitor study habits. Those days of forcible study halls and privilege deprivation are over. It is now up to your son or daughter to take the reins of their own academic success.
If your student didn't develop good study habits in high school, now is definitely the time to establish a system. Sit down and have a conversation with your student about this new responsibility.
Below are eight helpful hints that you can discuss together…and your student can always refer to the Parent Resource Center to review these important points.