My daughter is in the 8th grade and is taking the PSAT 8/9 this morning. Do you know anything about this test? Since it is new, there wasn't a lot of information about it. We mainly used regular PSAT study materials. She is our oldest, and we plan on having our other children take it as they become 8th graders.
Not much about the PSAT has changed; it is still very similar to the old one. You can read more about the PSAT changes here: http://www.princetonreview.com/college/psat-changes#!tab1
Hope that helps.
Anita, Assistant to The HomeScholar
Are Apologia science textbooks fairly rigorous, for college-bound students? I've heard a few conflicting reports...
~Jill in Seattle
When did my baby grow up? A question every parent asks as they send their child off to college or as they launch them into life. As we are homeschooling high school, every parent processes the feelings of letting go differently. Whether you struggle with the process or not, you may be sad, glad, or simply relieved.
One thing homeschoolers have
Every once in a while, I'll run across a parent that says "My child is struggling with a gaming addiction" or other tech-related addiction. Often, these parents will say, "She's very bright, but cannot apply herself because of this issue" or "his behavior has changed so much since he's been using excessive tech." Technology addiction is real. Have you read