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College Students love Twitter, Facebook, and . . . Cram Stoppers?

College life means freedom to many teens, but this freedom also comes with a price, and that price can often make the difference between staying in school, and dropping out.

 
PRLog - Sep. 20, 2012 - CUMMING, Ga. -- Football season is here, which means that colleges have opened their doors and fall semester has begun.  School supplies and dorm shopping are done, and many parents have just experienced dropping off their teenager at college for the first time.  Letting go, and coming home to a house that is just a little too quiet can be unsettling.   Parents wonder how their teens will survive without them to do their laundry, cook homemade meals, and wake them up for school in the morning.  But, survive they will, and fortunately there are many things available for teens that will help them be more prepared as they face living on their own at college for the first time.

College life means freedom to many teens, but this freedom also comes with a price, and that price can often make the difference between staying in school, and dropping out.  Every parent worries about their child keeping up with their grades, while navigating through the many distractions of college life. It is important that these students learn right from the start how to be disciplined, have good study skills, and balance their college experience, which often includes an un-chaperoned social life, football games, extracurricular activities and college level school work.    Making bad choices and decisions can lead to low GPA’s, losing a financial scholarship, or in worst- case scenario, expulsion from school.

What is a parent to do?  First, take a deep breath and know that millions of teenagers go off to college every year and they survive just fine.  College is a time to learn, grow, make mistakes, and eventually mature and turn into fine young men and women who are ready to take on the world.  Second, having said that, there are many tools available that students can use to help them succeed and prepare for college life right from the start.    
Students today are experts in texting, Facebook, and Twitter, and typically have the latest aps and up-to-date technology.   To keep up with the fast pace and ever-changing habits of how students study, it’s important to understand that studying for college tests today is literally at a student’s finger tips.  Students like to be engaged online, so what better way to help them study than with an online study tool that keeps studying interesting and yes, even fun.  That is why Atlanta entrepreneur and Michigan State University grad, Julie Wilson, created Cram Stoppers, a free, online study tool for High School and College students that is making a name for itself nationwide.   Cram Stoppers does exactly what its name implies – it puts a stop to all night cramming.  The quizzes are stored, so when it comes time for final exams, the notes and pre-made quizzes are just an “Ultimate Quiz” click away.

The benefits of using Cram Stoppers are many.  Students find that it allows them to cut back on hours of studying, relieves test-taking anxiety, and builds confidence by helping students be prepared for upcoming quizzes, tests and college exams. Ultimately, students regain quality after-school time for sports, extra-curricular activities, or the demands of an internship or job. This is good news for students, and great news for parents who often make big financial sacrifices and investments to send their children to college.  Parents want their teenagers to be prepared for college life, and what better way to make a good return on their investment, than to suggest to their teens to add Cram Stoppers as a “Favorite” on their toolbar.   It is easy to use, fun, interactive, and best of all – it works!
For more information on Cram Stoppers, please visit www.cramstoppers.com or contact Julie Wilson at info@cramstoppers.com.

About Cram Stoppers
Cram Stoppers is a unique online study site designed for high school and college students.  Created to alleviate test-taking anxiety and build confidence, Cram Stoppers allows students to craft custom quizzes from current classroom study materials.  Quizzes can be created in five different formats – multiple choice, matching, fill-in-the-blank, true/false, open-ended, - and are stored for repeated and randomized quiz taking.  Instant scoring gives students immediate feedback, and progress can be tracked via a Quiz Results Chart.  Special features include Buddysharing, the Ultimate Quiz, Just Logical, a test tracking Calendar and the Community Library. Cram Stoppers supports all subjects, including foreign language. www.CramStoppers.com

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