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Drill Sergeant Not Needed

Some things about homeschooling high school really are NOT hard.  Even scary words like "grades" and "credits" can be simple when you know the easy way to do it!

I'll be glad to show you the easy way to calculate high school credits.  You'll be amazed at how simple it is!  No need for a scary-sounding boot camp, with sweating and tremendous effort while the Drill Sergeant is screaming at you.


Instead, calculating homeschool credits is more like getting a massage or eating chocolate.  It's like "Ahhhhhh!  That's better!" So let me take away that worry for you.  You'll feel a lot more confident about homeschooling once you figure out the little trick to doing that it easily!

You can easily learn all the methods for determining high school credits!

Method 1: Credit for high school level work at any age
Method 2: Work completed at high school age
Method 3: College level work at any age
Method 4: Credit based on Demonstrated Expertise

Read this article online - High School Credits Easily Explained!

The article is actually Chapter 5 of my book "Setting the Records Straight: How to Craft Homeschool Transcripts and Course Descriptions for College Admission and Scholarships"

Let me know if this helps you!


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Comments 2

Guest - Lee (website) on Monday, 24 September 2012 09:56

Thanks Julieanne! I'm so glad you like it! You can find Julieanne's full review on her blog here: http://www.joyinourjourney.com/1/post/2012/09/lee-binz-book-giveaway-setting-the-records-straight.html.
Blessings,
Lee

Thanks Julieanne! I'm so glad you like it! You can find Julieanne's full review on her blog here: http://www.joyinourjourney.com/1/post/2012/09/lee-binz-book-giveaway-setting-the-records-straight.html. Blessings, Lee
Guest - Julieanne Miller (website) on Saturday, 22 September 2012 17:56

Lee, I just read your book this week, and you're right - it is SO helpful!

The tasks like writing course descriptions, figuring GPA's, and developing transcripts really isn't hard the way you explain how to do it.

Thank you for writing such a helpful book!

Lee, I just read your book this week, and you're right - it is SO helpful! The tasks like writing course descriptions, figuring GPA's, and developing transcripts really isn't hard the way you explain how to do it. Thank you for writing such a helpful book!
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