Get tips for busy homeschool parents trying to choose the right test and prepare students for high school test success.
Ever wonder about high school subject tests? Like, which one should your child take? Which one will benefit them the most? Should they even take one? What is the difference between all of those acronym's anyway? You've come to the right place to find out the answer to all of those questions and more!
There are many different high school subject tests to choose from. Perhaps you have already heard about the AP Test or AP classes from your homeschool group. Maybe you have heard about required SAT Subject Tests, or wondered about CLEP tests after hearing them mentioned at a convention seminar. Let me explain them all, plain and simple in one quick overview, to get you started in the right direction.
In this white paper, you will learn the 5 W's of High School Subject Tests, the 5 Rights of Subject Tests, and how to choose the best study guides for each test. Finally, I'll show you how to choose the subject test that is best for your family.
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