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College Tips for Students with Learning Disabilities

Author: Joan Azarva

Published: 2009-09-13 : (Rev. 2013-06-15)

Synopsis:

A number of useful tips and information for persons with learning disabilities attending college.

Main Digest

High school students who transition to college find themselves facing a whole new set of challenges. Unfamiliar with the college system, they are prone to making poor judgments. Because college proceeds so rapidly (a typical semester is fifteen weeks), a few poor decisions can produce dire consequences. This list should help students make decisions that bode for success.

In short, because of the vast number of differences between high school and college, all new freshmen are prone to unintentional navigational errors. For freshmen with disabilities, however, the consequences of these mistakes can be severe. Students who adhere to the above twenty-five rules are likely to increase their chances of academic success in their new college venue.

Reference: Joan M. Azarva, Ms.ED is an expert college Learning Specialist and most recently worked in this capacity at a local community college. She has nearly 35 years of experience working with students with LD/ADD. Joan currently teaches "Conquer College with LD/ADD" online in webinar format.

There is much more to learn about succeeding in college with a learning disability. If you would like more information, please go to www.conquercollegewithLD.com and sign up for a free copy of "Learning Disabilities: 10 Tips for High School Students with College Aspirations".

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