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[Free Book] Comprehensive Homeschool Records

Does thinking about college admission for your homeschool student fill you with dread? Or does the task of making your child's comprehensive homeschool records keep you up at night? Do you ever wonder how your humble homeschool can compete with those insanely rigorous college prep schools? 

In my book, Comprehensive Homeschool Records, you will l earn how college admission has changed over the last 30 years and what colleges now look for in prospective students. I will give you little known insights into the mind-set of college admissions officials and how you can use them to benefit your child. I can teach you the three keys to successful high school preparation that won't drive you or your children crazy! And, I will teach you the core elements of a comprehensive homeschool record that will amaze and impress colleges. You'll be relieved at how achievable it is to put together records  that are beautiful and functional and will give you a real advantage in the college admissions game.

If you're like me, you don't have unlimited resources to be able to send your child to school. And, like me, you don't want to see your children get launched into life with the burden of college debt. If you ARE like me, then get my free kindle book this month, Comprehensive Homeschool Records and I will teach you how to make your child look their best and how to put your best foot forward in college admissions. The best part, I will offer you encouragement and practical advice on your homeschool journey as you prepare your child to enter college.

Comprehensive Homeschool Records is part of my Coffee Break Book series. It is a short 106 pages that can be read in a single sitting while drinking a cup of coffee. Easily digestible information that's never overwhelming, while giving you the tools you need to tackle this task of high school! Free October 1-5, 2019. 

​Once you have my book, Comprehensive Homeschool Records, you may have more questions! I have two additional books that would be great to pair with this one. My big book, Setting the Records Straight, is the expanded version of today's free ebook. You'll love to see all of the details in my big book that go into formatting your comprehensive homeschool records. 

I also have a book that focuses on making your child's transcripts uniquely theirs! My Coffee Break book, Creating Transcripts for Your Unique Child will help you turn your child's unique qualities into an advantage!

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