With Sylvan’s study skills program in New Jersey, you can help your son or daughter prepare for increasing school workloads and the future challenges that come with college life. Through our program, kids in grades 4-12 can develop practical life management, critical thinking and problem solving skills, enabling them to manage their schoolwork and schedules more effectively. You'll see a noticeable difference in your son or daughter's confidence as he or she gains tools and techniques that can be used in school and beyond! It's time to equip your child for success: get started today by contacting your local Sylvan in New Jersey.

Laying the Groundwork for Future Success

Whether it's extracurricular classes, homework assignments, a part-time job or the demands of a full social life, there’s no doubting that students often have a lot on their plate. And when college applications eventually come about, it can be an even greater challenge to stay on top of everything. That's where our tutoring experts step in, offering a study skills program that focuses on effective planning, managing and prioritizing skills — helping students take on any project and achieve the right results.

Life-Long Skills to Succeed, Starting in Grade 4

Success starts with a solid foundation. That’s why our study skills program in New Jersey is designed to equip teens with vital skills and strategies that they can not only put to use right away in any grade, but that they can also carry with them into college and even into future careers. Sylvan always has the bigger picture in mind, so we instill life-long knowledge your son or daughter can use to thrive personally and academically. Learn how we can help your child push his or her skillset (and confidence!) to the next level.

Here's What Your Child Will Learn:

  • How to manage time and workloads more efficiently.
  • Strategies for setting short-term and long-term goals.
  • Techniques for planning and tracking long term projects.
  • Organizational methods for setting up an effective personal study area and tackling homework.
  • Planning and performance management skills, including how to use an academic calendar, track grades and set personal expectations.
  • Tactics for expectation management, including developing skills in active listening and identifying teacher expectations.
  • How to navigate college admissions requirements, including the all-important college admission essay.
  • Job interview preparation tips and tricks, including learning how to write an impactful resume and cover letter, and how to ace a job interview.