Help your child suc­ceed aca­dem­i­cally

The New Paper - - LIFESTYLE -

Chil­dren have dif­fer­ent ways of learn­ing and each one may have a pre­ferred learn­ing tech­nique. So if you find that your child is fall­ing be­hind in class de­spite putting in a lot of ef­fort, they may not be aware of their ideal learn­ing tech­nique.

A sci­en­tif­i­cally proven Uni­ver­sal Pythago­ras Math­e­mat­i­cal Sci­ence cal­cu­la­tions’ pi­o­neer­ing pro­fil­ing tool known as the Uni­ver­sal Char­ac­ter­is­tic Method of Hu­man Pro­fil­ing (UCMHP) is avail­able.

Most pro­fil­ing tools re­quire the child to an­swer ques­tions, hence most par­ents are un­able to utilise it to help them to ed­u­cate their chil­dren.

But the UCMHP method can of­fer par­ents a glimpse in­stantly and ac­cu­rately into their child’s pref­er­ences, EQ strengths, and even emo­tional weak­nesses based on their child’s date of birth to en­hance their study­ing and learn­ing abil­i­ties. The UCMHP is the world’s first 21st cen­tury uni­ver­sal hu­man pro­fil­ing method that is grounded in math­e­mat­i­cal sci­ence cal­cu­la­tions.

De­vel­oped from the an­cient Law of Pythago­ras, it is val­i­dated with sta­tis­tics that pro­vide em­pir­i­cal ev­i­dence backed by data col­lected from more than 70,000 hours of re­search and re­sults de­rived from analysing over 12,000 peo­ple.

UCMHP is a proven method­ol­ogy founded by Dr Bernard Yeo, the first per­son to in­te­grate seven renowned pro­fil­ing tech­niques — namely DISC, MBTI, 16PF, En­nea­gram, Ocean 5, NLP and Pythago­ras Char­ac­ter De­vel­op­ment — into it.

His re­search cap­tured the at­ten­tion of a uni­ver­sity that ac­knowl­edged his work, and con­ferred on him an hon­orary doc­tor­ate in hu­man cap­i­tal de­vel­op­ment

Dr Bernard Yeo with his stu­dents from Sin­ga­pore.

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