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Homeschool Codes for Tests

Homeschool Codes for Tests
Please note that as of January 2021, The College Board has discontinued SAT Subject Tests® and SAT® essay.. Click the image above to receive our free monthly newsletter When homeschool students take college admission tests, they usually need to provide homeschool codes. Here are homeschool codes for tests all in one place for you: SAT Homeschool Code is 970000 ACT Homeschool Code is 969999 PSAT For the PSAT, homeschoolers are compared with other students within their state, not compared...
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Sunday, 05 June 2016 10:45
Guest — Sheri
Hello Lee! We are filling out a new college app in Texas for a homeschool grad who has been in college in California. They are as... Read More
Sunday, 05 June 2016 10:44
Guest — Lee
Stephanie, The test administrator should know the homeschool code for you. Try to avoid using the public school code if you can -... Read More
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