Mature Students Going Back To School

If you’re a mature student considering or have decided to go back to school, my book Get The Best Grades With The Least Amount Of Effort is a must-have. As a mature student, you are going to find it tough going competing with people half your age! That’s not being negative, it’s a fact. Even if you’re doing an MBA or post-graduate degree, it’s going to be a struggle unless you…

Learn HOW To Study

In my book, I will show you how to get back into the swing of things almost instantly. By using YOUR LEARNING STYLE to your advantage. This will mean you will hit the ground running rather than stumble and fall in your first and most important school semester or subject.

If you don’t learn how to study properly, you’ll get VERY frustrated and will not get the best grades you can. On top of that, you’ll waste a lot of time swimming against the current and tiring yourself out.

The strategies in my study book were developed BECAUSE I went back to school in my 30′s to do my MBA and Ph.D. where I was ‘competing’ with 20 year-olds who were studying full time.

I took on a full-time course load while registered as a part-time student, completing my Ph.D coursework in LESS than 18 months while my YOUNGER classmates took 3, 4 or 5 years.

I did this WHILE I kept growing my businesses.

These study tips work – especially for mature students in their 40′s, 50′s and 60′s. You have the DISCIPLINE and WISDOM of knowing that if you learn a SYSTEM, you’ll get predictable results.

You have let go of your ego a long time ago and accept that if I’ve been there, done that, I can teach you something. You know that with a money-back guarantee, you have NOTHING TO LOSE, NO RISK.

So go ahead, buy my study book right now and see what happens – YOU WILL GET RESULTS WITHIN 1 WEEK.

GUARANTEED!

2 Responses to “Mature Students Going Back To School”


  • Yeah… That’s the problem I am facing. I find it really hard to keep up with my schedule while I’ve got 4 kids under the age of 9 including a i4 months old baby. It’s very stressful trying to keep up with my study and my family. The book did not really highlight some of this issues….. but I am still following the book . The 80% 20% rule is not really clear to me can you clarify a bit more on that.

    Loise

  • Watch my blog in the next few days. I will make a special post on this concept for students. Especially parents who need to juggle 10 things all at once!

    Stay tuned to this blog!

    Psst! You might also want to take a look at my Personal Mastery Blog – I cover some of that there too!

    http://www.MarcDussault.com/blog

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