Why are you doing exams? Choosing your grade? Count the cost

Dyslexia Explored #27

Tip no. 2

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Parents, this is the kind of chat I gave my daughter when she faced exams with dyslexia. It’s also what my students hear from me. Its tough love, but they are thankful.

This little episode is packed with a punch. Three punches to be precise.
1. What is your why? 
2. What grade will you choose? 
3. What price are you willing to pay?

With dyslexia these often become joint decisions because if you or your child are willing to listen to an episode like this, then you are serious about getting some serious grades. Its going to involve making these three decisions. The earlier the better.

Buckle up. Get ready for a pep talk.

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Links you might like to check out:

Dyslexia Explored episodes: bulletmapstudio.com/dyslexia-explored-podcast/

Mindmapping course: https://bulletmapstudio.com/bulletmap/

And www.bulletmapstudio.com/27/

Darius Namdaran

Darius Namdaran

Darius is a teacher and MD of BulletMap™ Studio. He's passionate about helping dyslexic children, and their parents, get through High School with their confidence intact. From his own experience with dyslexia and raising children with dyslexia he has developed an online training business designed to equip and encourage dyslexic teenagers in their journey through High School.
His company produces Mindmap videos full of tips and encouragement to help understand dyslexia and to thrive in High School.
He is the designer and senior tutor of the first Mind mapping course for Dyslexic Teenagers called the BulletMap Method.

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