Need-oriented Planning (NOP)

Each student is a unique individual. In the development of academics, specialties, personal qualities, and more, they often encounter problems that families and schools cannot help with. In some cases, parents may want their children to enter an ideal university, but know that they lack certain experiences or conditions upon which they can be accepted. They want to foster a sense of independence and responsibility in their children. For example, some may want to enhance a student’s motivation and drive to participate in meaningful extracurricular activities. 

Such specific needs can vary from person to person and, in some cases, are problematic to deal with. Multintel Education has a wealth of social resources that can help families and students with effective solutions in these cases.