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University of Alabama authorities state that in 2011, at least 380,000 students flunk out of college every year. This does not need to include you, your children, or your friends.

Many parents today push their kids into earning perfect scores on the SATs, forcing them to re-test in practice SAT and real SAT tests from grades 7 through 12. That’s a lot of testing on top of standardized yearly school tests. Sometimes, these student do not even want to go to college. Proper evaluation of a students needs, wants, and talents is a first priority.  

Some kids flunk out of school on purpose, especially if someone else is paying for it. This is a total waste of resources and can be avoided. The following link suggests a Top 10 List of failure reasons and what to do about them.

Why Do Some Bright Students Fail College?

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