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Coaching Project for Student Success: Impact and Insights

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III.        What aspects of the experience did the participants find most beneficial?

  1. The responses received against this question showed that while few participants did find the coaching project to have no significant impact on them or their surroundings, they somehow benefited from it in one way or the other.
  2. While some participants liked it on an overall basis and complemented every aspect of it, others were of the opinion to have discovered things that they had never previously thought of before or have totally ignored as something unimportant.
  3. On a wider level, participants liked the openness and flexibility in navigating through each aspect of the coaching project and shared thoughtful insights from the experience.
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