You're child seems ready for the adventure of college learning!They've demonstrated many strong academic skills and perspectives that will serve them well as they transition into a new educational setting. Give them plenty of support through verbal encouragement and reminders of their past accomplishments. Their handling of past demands can transfer into successful habits in this new level of their schooling.
Also be sure to give them space to explore their own capacity. As with any new learning milestone, expect them to trip now and then on their way to walking with stability. They can do this!
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Your child may be ready for the challenges of college.
Based on your answers, this young person will do well or not depending on a number of circumstances, including the college setting.
To ensure success, I recommend that you help them see themselves as capable by highlighting the many ways they have been successful in the past. Help them make the connection between previous academic challenges and the new ones they will face as a college first-year student. Build their self-determination and sense of capacity by celebrating even small wins.
This student would benefit from my program "Your College Partner: Foundations." It's a simple but powerful online program to help solidify the study habits and perspectives that correlate to college success. It's like a multivitamin to give them a healthy boost as they transition into college!
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Your child seems less likely to be ready for college right now.
Based on your answers, they seem to need more experience as an effective student before heading into a new challenge. They exhibit trends of inefficiency and inattention that could spell major trouble in a college classroom. If they double-down on their strongest habits and commit to treating college as a fresh start, they might do ok in their first semester. More likely, they will need a some external supports to guide them in this direction. They would very much benefit from my 1:1 coaching, as well as my program "Your College Partner: Foundations." I've coached many struggling students into a strong first semester, and it will work for your child too.
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Your child does not seem ready for the challenges of college learning.Based on your answers, they are missing many of the skills needed to do well in their first semester of college. They need more development in their habits and mindsets to be able to make the most of their college opportunity.
I recommend considering a gap year or other time out of school before beginning college. If the commitment to begin college remains, I suggest you secure support during the transition to college. My 1:1 coaching offers highly personalized preparation based on my expertise and experience with college students. I have led other underprepared students into success by carefully building effective strategies that last over all the college semesters.
Also, you can join my free Facebook community for ongoing tips to help prepare your student. This group supports parents as they support their college-aged children toward success.