EduNova's "The Most Complete Student Success System" Wins Multiple Awards
EduNova's "The Most Complete Student Success System" received three awards from distinguished parental review organizations: Parent Tested Parent Approved, Mom's Choice Award and Mom's Best Award.
- (1888PressRelease) April 21, 2012 - Marlboro, MA - In April 2012, EduNova's "The Most Complete Student Success System (MCS3)" (www.HowToStudyBest.com) received three awards from distinguished parental review organizations: Parent Tested Parent Approved™ (www.ptpamedia.com), Mom's Choice Award® (www.momschoiceawards.com), and Mom's Best Award (www.momsbestaward.com). MCS3 was created in collaboration with education experts from leading universities to teach students how to get better grades and improve study habits by implementing life skills leading to school and career success.
MCS3 includes more than 30 expert study strategies to help students in middle school through college to achieve more with less, master every type of test without stress, increase GPA and decrease study time. The system is based on 7200 hours of research and has been used by 61,000 students in 82 countries. A split test performed with over 5,500 students showed an average 1.7 point increase in GPA over a 12-month period for students using the system.
Adult learners returning to college late in life also report benefit from MCS3 life skills and efficient study habits approach.
The various judging panels administering the three separate awards represent more than 19 countries, thousands of parents and even educational notables like Dr. Twila C. Liggett, ten-time Emmy-winner, professor and founder of PBS' Reading Rainbow (www.momschoiceawards.com/about-us/).
EduNova co-founders, Rick and Teena Kamal, were motivated to create this system based on their extensive corporate hiring experience and their concern as parents for the future of America. As senior executives in multiple high tech and financial firms, they interviewed literally thousands of job applicants and brought hundreds on board with their companies.
"For years I have heard and witnessed first-hand how American students lag behind their counterparts in other fast-growing economies in skills they need to compete globally," notes Rick Kamal. "My wife and I founded EduNova and developed MCS3 to reverse that trend. We are thrilled it's receiving awards now."
The pair teamed up with education experts from Stanford, Boston and Duke universities, the University of Chicago and MIT to create MCS3. With three editions for students in middle school, high school and college, it's a complete program for students to learn study strategies, master all types of tests and get better grades.
MCS3 represents the best strategies from 33 top university education experts and many successful senior executives to produce resources that empower middle school, high school and college students to succeed. Study and life skills experts Rick and Teena Kamal founded EduNova to prepare students to lead and thrive in the global economy.