World’s leading universities believe that a student's academic knowledge is only 15% of success in their further education, in building a career, and in life.
The majority of schools are actively loading knowledge into the heads of our children, but they do not teach them the necessary skills. Hence, our children don’t know how to get good marks and improve their grades. Namely, they won’t allow you to apply the knowledge gained and achieve your goals: a prestigious university, a successful career, a happy family, and true friendship.
A study of Fortune 500 CEOs found that social skills are responsible for 75% of long-term and sustained success at work/obtaining higher education, but academic skills only 25%.
Here is how the T-Academy helps students improve grades and be successful outside school/university.
Being a leader means being a person who everyone else recognizes the right to make responsible decisions for the entire team.
A creative young person is able to find non-standard, completely new solutions in familiar situations, they know how to come up with and implement new ideas.
If a child does not learn to write well, this can affect their reading ability and lead to difficulties in understanding the text, vocabulary, and phrasal context, as well as a deterioration in spelling. Problems with writing or insufficiently automated writing of text can lead to delayed development of the student, as well as affect the ability to take notes, which can lead to problems with concentration.
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