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“Neuro has really helped me. For the most part, to just stay organized and really have my priorities straight, and to be efficient with my time. When I'm doing schoolwork I'm more locked in and get through my work faster and more efficiently. Also, when I'm in class I feel more focused. I find myself spacing-out less and I'm just able to absorb more information, and be more efficient with everything I'm doing in the classroom. Last spring I had a really good semester and [my GPA] went up a little bit. I was [at] a 3.4 and I got a 3.6 last semester.

Will Jacobsen
Harvard University

“Before starting Neuro my GPA was a 3.2 in undergrad. The following year I entered my Masters program and my GPA jumped up to a 3.9 in the harder program. I think it speaks for itself that going into a Masters program with more of a workload and harder assignments, that my GPA boosted like that. I definitely think that Neuro helped with that. It's an awesome program. I'm grateful to be in it, for you taking the time to work with me from the start. I've had a bunch of fun with it. I know that anyone else who's thinking about joining it, who is on the fence, I promise you you'll have a lot of fun with it, venture out of your comfort zone, and you'll definitely see results in whatever aspect of life you're looking for.”

Kyle Battle
Old Dominion University

“Everyone can use [Neuro Skills training]. I can tell you not a lot of people are doing it right now. It's a new concept to me. At first I was hesitant, but then once I jumped in I was like 'yeah I like that,' and I want to keep doing it because I saw results, I saw that I got better, and it's fun at the same time! I think that's the most important thing: it's fun if you really dive into it and go for it. You're going to see results, but it's not necessarily about the results. It's about getting better and the results are a byproduct of just continuing to get better and having fun at doing [Neuro].”

Matt McLain

“Before Neuro I was still a good student, but I wasn't performing to the best of my capabilities in the classroom. I was probably a 3.3 to 3.5 student, and then this last year after doing Neuro I finished with a 4.0 in two of my terms and then a 3.7 in the other one. So a significant increase in my performance in the classroom. I was on the Dean's List twice, Academic All-PAC 12, and that was the first time I've ever done it in my life.”

Kyle Froemke
Oregon State University

“Before Neuro I had a 3.0 to 3.1 GPA, and now I'm on the verge of a 3.5 to 3.6 GPA. Since starting Neuro I've definitely noticed that with studying I've been able to use more time management along with just being able to get more work done. Additionally, this has also helped me with online schooling: going from in the classroom to out of the classroom to back in the classroom. I've been able to keep a good plan of what I want to do, along with having a good structure of how to execute my day. I've held myself to a higher standard than most. I've definitely seen my leadership [improve], not only in the classroom, but outside of the classroom... being able to lead by example, not have a poor attitude, and being able to be that guy that can talk to the younger kids or be able to communicate with older kids, and tell them this is how we do it, this is how we want to do it, and this is how we are going to be successful.”

Cole Toureau
High School

“I did Neuro going from summer to fall through the spring. That senior year I had the best GPA of my life. I had a 3.6 or a 3.7, and I was an average student, so that was a pretty big deal for me. I really attribute Neuro to that because throughout that whole time I was just exercising my mind by doing the Neuro drills and the Neuro program. It definitely made school a lot easier. My senior year, that was probably my hardest caseload and I did the best, so it has to be something attributed to Neuro!”

Brandon Crosby
Norfolk State University

“Before starting Neuro I had a 3.0 or 3.1 GPA [in High School], and then after Neuro I have a 3.7 or 3.8 [in College]. My grades have really improved a lot. [Neuro] helps a lot in math, and that's a subject that I really struggled with for a while. There are a lot of patterns in math... once you can recognize it a lot faster it can save me 30 minutes worth of homework, or if I'm taking a test it makes it that much easier. Also, in English I'm able to find a lot of patterns in how people speak so that I can use different words so my essay seems different or more thought-out.”

Andrew Major
High School to Community College

“Before Neuro I had a 3.8 GPA, and now the last two semesters I've been getting straight A's. So it has definitely helped me in the classroom too. Since doing Neuro I've noticed that my brain is not foggy. I have a clear mindset or goal. I have a plan going in... and I can stick to it. Neuro helps [anyone] by making them have a clear path on what they want to do and how to space out the steps to where they want to get to.”

Terrell Huggins
Community College

“For sure I saw a difference in school. I've always been a good student, but when I started doing [Neuro Skills training] I was a little bit more locked in. Especially because school's been online. It's difficult to pay attention because you have your computer in front of you, you're not in front of the teacher, you're just in front of the camera. Watching the class online was hard, but when I started doing Neuro I was locked in for [the time to complete Neuro drills], and so I'm locked in for an hour or an hour and a half for class right here. [Neuro] really helped me with writing papers... I could get everything done in such a fast, smooth manner.”

Alex Rodriguez
University of Southern California

“I feel like everything's taken a tick up. It's definitely something you don't think about. It's just you get your drills done and then you go out there and you can focus more. Everything's clear. So I guess it just kicks in. It's wild. I was about 3.0 or 3.1 [GPA] and then I left off with a 3.3. It was kind of out of nowhere. I wasn't doing anything extra in the classroom, but that would make a lot of sense [that Neuro helped]. Because it kind of put me in a position where I was able to think about everything a lot quicker and a lot more efficiently. It didn't come with any extra stress. It really did expand my mind and I can tell that right away.

Cam Williams
University of  Texas

“This is an opportunity for these students to step back and say, 'I'm horrible at following-through and turning in or finishing my assignments, and I really struggle in listening and note-taking,' but through this [Neuro Skills] program you can take those specific shortcomings, and figure out 'okay, this is how we're going to improve it.' For me, in high school I had maybe a 2.2 or 2.3 GPA. I really struggled in high school. ... I'm able to take those shortcomings that I really lacked in high school and build them up here for college. I was able to almost get a 3.8 or 3.9 GPA here, which is fantastic for me.

Patrick Hansen
Brigham Young University - Idaho

“[Neuro Skills training provides] a better attention span for school, and being able to pay attention when it's time to study. ... I see patterns. That helps me a ton throughout college, finding a pattern of what the professor wants or what they are doing on a test. I can think back to math tests where the teacher would have a practice exam, and he would have a pattern or system in that practice exam that then would translate to the test. I recognized that pattern, it was able to help me on the test.

Braden Boisvert
Oregon State University

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