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Exam preparation : Alloprof offers new workshops for students 

Press Release - The Alloprof facilitation team is offering 40-minute interactive workshops for groups of students to provide tips and tools to prepare for the last right until the end of the year.

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Press Release - After meeting with nearly 800 classes last year, Alloprof is continuing its virtual school tours with two new free workshops to help students just in time for end-of-year exams. The goal: to help them turn their academic challenges into successes.

The organization's facilitation team offers 40-minute interactive workshops for groups of students to provide them with tips and tools to prepare for the final stretch to the end of the year.

By means of a quiz, elementary school children learn how to better organize their homework and lessons by creating a good work routine or study plan, and discover the best tools of Alloprof to review and practice.

In secondaryStudents get great tips on how to prepare for exams, manage stress, plan for concepts and create an exam schedule, all with tools from Alloprof!

"Although we focus on schools with a high disadvantage index, Alloprof offers its virtual presentations to all schools in Quebec," says Annie Harvey, spokesperson for Alloprof, "We see it often: our presentations give that little extra something to encourage the student to seek extra help and use the tools that suit their needs. It's even more relevant to offer workshops for end-of-year exams, which can be very stressful for young people," she adds.

Alloprof, the joker card for success!

In addition to its new workshop, Alloprof will continue to offer its introductory presentations on its school support tools by taking students step by step through the use of the games, worksheets, exercises, videos or services to ask their school questions. This workshop for elementary and high school students is also offered free of charge to all Quebec schools. 

At the time chosen by the teachers

As school schedules are often complex, booking an Alloprof workshop is easily done online, by choosing your preferred time slot. Some slots are still available until June, leaving plenty of time to prepare for the end-of-year exams!

For more information or to make a reservation: https://aprof.ca/ateliers_examens

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