Applying for college admission can be a time-consuming, complex process. When you consider that the average high school student applies to approximately six different colleges, it's clear that this is a pretty big job!! At the same time, colleges don't seem inclined to make the process easy. If you look at a typical admissions website, you'll see all kinds of scary acronyms, special 'education-ese' words, and unique requirements that would mystify most people.
There are no two colleges that are exactly the same, and they will each have unique requirements. Despite appearances, policies are not created solely to cause you pain. Most universities love homeschoolers! At the same time, they want your child to be qualified in order to apply, so make sure that you read the details so that your child will be a good fit for that college.
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Reading College Admission Policies Demystified is the perfect place to start. I will break down all of the scary words and acronyms and translate the "education-ease" that you are likely to come across in the admissions process. I'll help you figure out exactly what colleges are looking for. Plus, right now you can read my Coffee Break book for free. College Admission Policies Demystified is normally $2.99 on Kindle.
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