Magic Learning Systems produces a product called Mastermind Power Learning System to help students get better grades. Mastermind is designed to work with any grade level, from Kindergarten all the way through college. This system says it will help any student learn faster and remember longer in any subject at any level.
Included in the package are seven power learning sets and the Mastermind Creator module, so you can design your own learning sets on any subject you want. I’ve got to admit, at the price of $ 49.95, even I am tempted to order it to see if it works.
The Mastermind Power Learning System works on a learning theory of SQ3R (survey, question, read, recite, review). The theory has been used successfully in and out of classroom.
Magic Learning Systems has been in business since 1992. It was marketed to homeschoolers at first, and a multi-level marketing plan was begun in 1998, growing to over 70,000 associates. The MLM plan was phased out in 2003 due to the ill health of the CEO of the company.
The website suggests that using this learning system will help children get through their homework faster, leaving them not only knowing the material, but more time available for themselves and their interests. Testimonials from several people support the claims for this learning system. Parents have written in telling of their children’s accomplishments… one child learned conversational Japanese in a mere 15 hours… someone else learned 60 elements on the periodic table in 20 minutes. Yet another child was learning to read.
If the product lives up to the hype, it could be very beneficial to many students of all ages who struggle with various subjects.
The website is not well-developed. Every time you move your mouse toward an edge of the page, an annoying popup asks you not to leave. Most of the links take you to the same page of FAQs or to off-site sources for web hosting, domain registration and college scholarship materials. One page did not load at all. But, a bad website doesn’t necessarily mean a bad product. It remains to the individual to try it and see if it works for them.
Magic Learning Systems does offer an Affiliate program at this time. Though there isn’t a lot of information on the website about it, it appears that if you have a ClickBank account and enter your information at the MLS site, you can earn 40% for each Mastermind product you sell via referral. When a customer clicks on your link to the Magic Learning Systems site, if they buy the product within the next 60 days, you still get credit for the sale and earn your 40%. A ClickBank FAQ is located on the Affiliate page under the link “tracking ID.” It isn’t clear that an FAQ is available… you just have to keep clicking on every link to see where it goes.
It will be up to the individual to decide if they want to join this Affiliate program or not. The product may be very good, but there is no information on the website that talks about the Affiliate program, how happy people are with it, or indeed, how to make it work for you.
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