It is very important that in today's competitive world, where aspiring students have a lot of ground to cover in terms of preparation, to start at an early age, that is the best thing to do. The student has enough time to hone his critical thinking and analytical skills. Our Olympiad foundation courses are introduced as early as Class VI, to facilitate a smooth transition into high school and assist the student in reaching a state of battle-preparedness, by the time the student reaches high school.
Concept formation and maturity of the brain move on parallel paths and at no point should there be a discord and if preparing for competitive exams is integrated into the school curriculum, the child is under no pressure. Instead his foundation is built as firm as a rock. The child explores the intricacies of a competitive world and lets the concepts unwind at a pace that he can handle, cope with and comprehend. It is like giving the child an opportunity to get into the real world of competition at an impressionistic age, where ideas and notions are grasped with ease.
At our institution we not only concentrate on developing science and mathematical skills but also help in developing independent thinking, understand the importance of team work and other life skills. Therefore the master key to unlock the doors of success in competitive exams is the development of these skills and competencies and start at a time that is just right.
At our school we help the child to start preparations at an early age where time is of essence, and we help the child to cover the syllabus not in one or two years but cover the same if it is spread over a modest period of time. With time in hand there is also time for revision of concepts that is also essential to fulfill the notion of well-preparedness. The child needs to distinguish the difference between hard work and smart work. It is here that the child understands the importance of time management. The child needs to recognize the fact that there is no substitute for hard work, but working smart is as crucial as working hard. From a very early age it helps you prioritize your tasks, so that at the end of the day you have covered enough ground that is important for success to be achieved. It also helps the child develop the competitive edge - being ahead of your adversaries.