Proposals for action

Awareness and decision to change

First, review the results of Study Coping Test and reflect on the personalized orientations it has offered you.You may not agree with all of them, but some will surely help you.

Decide if you want to change the way you approach the study or if you prefer to continue as before. It is an important decision.

If you want to change, take action. Decide what aspects of the test results you want to change and specify in writing:

  • how are you going to do it?
  • when are you going to do it? 
  • where are you going to do it?

The following week:

  • Review what has been achieved,
  • analyze the stumbling blocks or errors,
  • continue consolidating what you have started,
  • and add new goals.

THIS WEEK: WHAT DO I NEED TO IMPROVE? HOW AND WHEN WILL I DO IT?

We suggest that after a few weeks, review your actions and values ​​if the change is positive or if you have to change some more aspects.

Try that these changes become new habits and that your way of facing the study allows you to achieve your goals.

Remember the elements of our method:

  1. You and your conditions.

  2. Your motivation and your goals.

  3. Your strategies to face the study.

  4. Your self-assessment and your way of facing the results.

Do you want to get more out of your effort?

Take the test, assess, decide and take action:

  • You and your conditions. 
  • Your motivation and your goals.
  • Your strategies to face the study. 
  • Your self-assessment and your way of facing the results.