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Most of the time, topper/successful candidates can be seen, thanking their teacher, parents, friends and siblings for their performance. This is because there are very few instances where, person has become very successful without help of parents, teachers, mentors or friends.
On the other hand, every year around 2.5 million students prepare for engineering/medical entrance exams, and most of them remain away from their home. Living away from home, preparing for some of the toughest competitive exams continuously for a period of 1 or 2, in some case 3, years, makes students vulnerable to each and every kind of distraction available.
So the need of a mentor especially in parents and their unavailability in the current system combined makes it more difficult for both students preparing and their parents.
A major worry for the parents remains that how their ward is performing and how to guide him based on his performance. It needs regular information of their ward’s performance and also the methodology your ward is applying to get to that performance, to guide him better. Also it becomes very important that before commenting on your ward’s performance or judging his performance know his study plan, understand his weakness/strengths, in a better way.
Parents who can guide their ward on technical aspects (study plan, exam strategy etc.) of the exam, should use resources where they can monitor his/her preparation and exam taking behavior. Also some students doesn’t share everything with teachers, in such cases parents can discuss some aspects of study plan, exam strategy with student.
CollegeDoors provides the feature of viewing report of any student, independently at any time and this feature comes at an effort of sgining up free on CollegeDoors, and asking students to give access of their report to you. A student practicing on CollegeDoors can share his report with as many people as he wants, for them to understand the report and then provide suggestions to the student.
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