New Jersey College Student Wins National Contest for Exceptional Brain Training Results
Tanya Mitchell, Chief Research Officer
New Jersey College Student Wins National Contest
for Exceptional Brain Training Results
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—August 1, 2017, (Colorado Springs, CO)—College student Taylor Sales-Vaughan of Marlboro, New Jersey was chosen as the winner of LearningRx’s national Student of the Year competition celebrating the top brain training results across the country.
Taylor enrolled in LearningRx because she had trouble paying attention during conversations with friends and family, and following multistep directions at her job as a vet tech. She considered dropping out of college because she was so anxious about chemistry. Math was also a struggle, and she’d often read for hours trying to understand just a few pages of material because she’d get distracted while reading or just didn’t have the reading comprehension.
After LearningRx, Taylor says so much changed for her. She no longer needs to ask her boss or clients to repeat multistep directions and she is much more efficient at work. Taylor actually got a promotion at both her jobs and a raise! She not only stopped going to tutoring, but became a peer tutor herself—helping other students in several subject, including chemistry!
“I’m definitely more focused and excited to be at school,” says Taylor. “In high school, I was just going through the motions. Now I love learning and I want to learn everything. Today my dreams are bigger because I know they’re attainable. LearningRx changed my life.”
Watch her submission video: https://youtu.be/FUmEabpKUb0