Let’s face it, going to college is a ‘Big Risk’ these days.
Did you know that only 24% of students graduate in four years¹. With a whopping 61% of students changing their Major in the second year, adding another 1-2 years before they graduate².
That’s a staggering number considering every extra year costs $20,000 to $30,000¹.
As a teen going to college is going to be awesome but graduating on time, gaining your independence and your dream job should take 4 years and not dragged out any longer than necessary.
As a parent we naturally want to give them the best start in life possible.
It’s nearly like flipping a coin
Heads: You do well, get good grades and land a career that will transform your life and you can go anywhere in the world.
Tails: You’re highly educated and make coffee at ‘Starbucks’ still trying to figure out what you want to do with your life.
Thankfully the team over at YouScience® have come up with a solution to help students find the
best path through college by using the latest science available.
Through a series of game-like exercises in the comfort of your own home, you will discover
your optimal college major and career path.
Your custom paths are scientifically matched to your:
- Natural abilities (what you do well)
- Specific interests (what you love to do)
- Your best-fit opportunities (where you”ll naturally thrive)
A College Success Profile™ can predict precisely the majors and careers where you are most
likely to succeed while pointing you in the right direction.
The test takes close to 2 hours to complete and when you think about the the benefit of helping
you find the right career path, its not just the college fee’s you’ll save it’s the life long
benefit of knowing that you’ll be happy.
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