Tue, 26 Oct 2021

New Delhi [India], September 23 (ANI/Mediawire): Over the years, we have interacted with hundreds of extremely successful professionals including entrepreneurs, self-made billionaires, doctors, scientists and C-suite executives.

Two traits that successful professionals invariably display are Curiosity and a High Energy Level. They like to question the world around them. They want to learn more about their environment and understand how things work. They also display the energy and the passion to take on new challenges and to change the status-quo.

Critical Thinking and Analysis are a crucial part of a professional's toolkit. To develop these skills, you need to go beyond the textbooks and learn to ask the right questions. While most professionals acquire these skills through their life experiences, exposure to research projects is a way to develop these skills earlier in a more structured manner.

ATo enhance the Critical Thinking and Analysis skills in high-school students, Scholarly presented the "Introduction to College Level Research" during Summer'21. This is a college course offered byThese students then chose a research topic within their subject and worked with their professor. The students used various resources to collect the relevant data for their research projects. Upon completion of their coursework, students also received transferrable college credits recognized across the USA. High quality papers that were endorsed by the professors were published by Scholarly.

"We are thrilled to see so much interest from the students and parents in the Introduction to College Level Research. Students from multiple geographies including, UK, Bangladesh, Kenya and India had enrolled in the Summer'21 class. We are pleased with the student engagement and their positive feedback. Working with bright and ambitious students and helping them acquire new skills is very satisfying for us", saidThe projects for Introduction to College Level Research in Fall'21 started at the beginning of September. Several students are working with their research guides in their respective subjects. The registrations for Summer'22 will commence in December 21.

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