EduNova's The Most Complete Student Success System is a winner of the 2012 Mom's Best Award, which recognizes the best of the best in juvenile products, toys and media as evaluated by real moms.
Online PR News – 19-April-2012 – MA – Marlboro, MA – The Most Complete Student Success System (MCS3) by EduNova is among outstanding products named as winners of the 2012 Mom's Best Award.
Mom's Best Award recognizes the best of the best in juvenile products, toys and media as evaluated by real moms.
The Most Complete Student Success System was created in collaboration with education experts from leading universities to teach students how to get better grades and improve study skills. It also teaches students life skills that make them more successful in school and their careers.
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.
Study and life skills experts Rick and Teena Kamal founded EduNova to prepare students to lead and thrive in the global economy. They worked with 33 top university education experts and many successful senior executives to produce resources that empower middle school, high school and college students to succeed. Learn more at www.HowToStudyBest.com.
Mom's Best Award was created to give moms and expecting moms an opportunity to share insights about prenatal, infants, toddlers, children, tween, preteen and teen products with other parents. When a product earns the Mom's Best Award designation, real moms have evaluated it and it has passed the strict Mom's Best Award evaluation process as conducted by real moms. Parents can then purchase the product with confidence knowing that it will perform to a high level of satisfaction. Learn more at http://www.momsbestaward.com/award.htm.