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How Do I Prove My Child is Educated?


In this video, I talk about how to prove to the colleges that your child's homeschool education is rigorous.

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Here are a couple of brief articles that will give you more info on registering for the SAT and ACT tests.


This one has links for waivers from the testing sites: Click on "Register" or "Registration":  Fee Waivers for Tests and Applications


This one has links to Sample tests:  Should I Choose the SAT or ACT for my Homeschooler?


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