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Many college admission professionals check the social media accounts for their applicants. It's important to talk to your children about making smart choices on what they post on social media. Have them use the "Rule of Mom" with social media accounts. If mom would be upset or embarrassed by the post, don't share it. Your student does want to be genuine online, though, because colleges are looking for genuine people with genuine activities that are shared on social media.
I hope this helps you prepare your kids. Social media has changed the way some colleges view their applicants!
You will need to demonstrate interest in a college if you want to get admitted and get scholarships. Applying to a college without showing a genuine interest in the school is likely to benefit only the college, and unlikely to benefit your child.
Showing demonstrated interest means you have shown, by your actions, interest in the college and your desire
When your child is working hard on studying for college admission tests, like the SAT® or ACT®, you may be accumulating enough hours to make this a class, and put it on your child's transcript. Let me provide some simple do's and don'ts for using test prep and putting it on a homeschool transcript.
Please note that as of January 2021, The College
Many parents ask, "Am I qualified to homeschool my kids?" when they first begin thinking about homeschooling. The short answer is, "YES! You are qualified to homeschool"! Read on for more reasons why you actually are qualified to homeschool high school.
If you're new to homeschooling, or just considering it for the first time, you probably have a lot of questions