When you see your child's test score, in your heart of hearts, you may wonder why the score wasn't higher. Let me explain 6 problems with standardized tests.
Your normal, natural homeschool can be successful when you cover core literacy, and find a way for your child to succeed to the best of their ability in the college admission tests.
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I'm sure there are! The options are endless. Lee talks about how to study and use practice tests here: 6 Top Tips on Tests
If you're looking for other free tests, I've done countless internet searches for things like that, using keywords that pertain to what I'm looking for. It takes a little time to look through the results, but you can probably find tests (or practice tests) somewhere for free.
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