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Homeschool Transcript - Do Colleges Accept Homeschool Grades?

>>>>A friend had a question about homeschool grades.<<<<I have a page on my blog about grades and credits that might help:
http://thehomescholar.blogspot.com/search/label/Grades%20and%20Credits
Keeping track of grades and credits can start in 9th grade. Grades 9-12 are considered high school, and those are the only grades and credits that colleges want to see.


Most (but not all) colleges will accept homeschool grades and credits, given by a parent, typed on their home computer using nothing fancier than a Word document. In my experience, most (but not all) colleges will use your credits as real credits *if* you have test scores to back them up. If you don't have some evidence that your grades and credits are true, then colleges tend to look only at your test scores, and look at the transcript as if it's just a list of classes, rather than real numbers they can use for scholarships or whatever.

I hope that helps!
Blessings,
Lee
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