The goal of every proud mother is to see their child make it through high school and head off to college. During those early years, we moms spend countless nights checking homework, building science projects and helping with book reports by actually reading the books and not watching the movie! Just because your son or daughter has headed off to college doesn’t mean you have to stop being a study partner. In fact, with all they have going on, they might appreciate a little extra help now and then.
A lot of moms I talk to cheerfully tell me that their kids are at first horrified when they join them on the Internet. But the older they get, the more fun they have knowing mom can send emails and updates her own Facebook account. Now instead of calling our children to remind them to dress warm in cold weather, we can send them links to “preventing the common cold” sites. I stumbled across a great resource the other day that moms can share with their higher education bound kids. It’s a GMAT prep course conducted on line that is going to help them get through this crucial exam.
Every student who wants to apply to a graduate study course needs to take a GMAT exam. It’s how colleges and universities figure out what level of learning the student is at. The better the score the better the chance they have of getting accepting into the program of their choice. We’ve all been through this with the college applications and there is nothing wrong with getting some prep help especially with something as important as the GMAT.
With this online prep course, your student will be presented with practice examples and the opportunity to get direct answers to their questions. And isn’t knowledge the best gift a mom can give?