great gradesEven though we have 45 days of summer left, thoughts are returning ‘Back To School’. If you are an ADHD student, then it can leave you with feelings of dread. Graduating from college or university is probably the hardest thing you will ever have to do. This is because to succeed at school, you need strengths that are usually in adults with ADHD weaknesses.

 For example:

  •  It’s hard to sit still AND focus on a class that is not particularly interesting
  •  Staying organized with different assignments from different classes
  • Remembering when deadlines are
  •  Feeling motivated to attending class when you don’t feel like it
  •  Being able to wake up for class
  • Controlling worry and anxiety so they don’t get in the way of student success.

These are just a few examples, but the list is much longer and the impact of ADHD on students goes much deeper. The good news is, it’s not all doom and gloom!! There’s a lot you can do to be a successful student and get great grades.

  • I have been working with ADHD students for nearly 10 years and know exactly
  • The best time management strategies, so you can attend all classes and exams on time.
  • How to avoid last minute panics and all-nighters to meet your deadlines
  • How to staying organized and on top of your course load
  • How to manage classic ADHD characteristics like procrastination, worry, stress and anxiety
  • How to keep positive and motivated during even when you feel like quitting

Whether you are:

– going to University for the first time,

– going back for your 2nd, 3rd or 4th year,

– working on your PhD,

– or have barely scraped by last semester,

my new ‘How To Get Great Grades When You Have ADHD’ Coaching Program is for you!

Email me at Jacqueline at Untappedbrilliance dot com, or call 514 482 7555 and we can schedule a complimentary strategy session so we can take the pain out of being a student and you can get great grades!

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