Are you aware that professional athletes are slowly finding out about the importance of how the brain and eyes interact? Check out NFL Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald's thoughts on this topic: http://prn.to/1YDtpwj
If your high school student does not do well on standardized tests like the SAT and ACT, do not fear! There are 850+ Colleges and Universities that do not use SAT/ACT scores to admit students into bachelor degree programs. Click here for a list of these schools.
Did you know that there is a no cost government program, Infantsee.org, to have an optometrist test infants at 6 months of age?
The optometrist will look for:
Excessive or unequal amounts of nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism
Eye movement ability
Eye health problems
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My child is a straight A student but doesn’t do well on standardized exams. Why?
This is a question asked frequently by parents and students. There is more than one answer. Here is one possibility. The student may not be an efficient learner. Grades are subjective and are a composite of classwork, homework, projects, participation and tests. Tests are usually focused on segments of information or chapters. Students have the opportunity to study and prepare as much as their time allows. Furthermore, their retention of the information once the test is c...
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