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Benefits of Homeschooling College

Benefits of Homeschooling College
Benefits of Homeschooling College Homeschooling college might not be for everyone, but for the student who is willing to put in the work, it can be an effective fast track to a college degree. Here are just a few of the benefits of homeschooling college. It provides outside documentation Colleges like proof of education, and they like this proof from all students, not just from homeschoolers. College level tests can provide this proof, like SAT scores...
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Community College or Homeschool College?

Community College or Homeschool College?
It's difficult to decide between community college and credit by examination.  One reader had some tremendous trouble with community  college, and was asking about CollegePlus! as an alternative. Hello Lee,I noticed you have a link to College Plus on one of your web pages. Can you tell me anything about what you think about them as an option to community college? Or what other options you are referring to when you mention Homeschool College?Two weeks into...
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Dear Linda, I'd like to respond to your question about CollegePlus. I have personal experience with the CollegePlus program as a ... Read More
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Homeschooling College - One great way to evaluate a college

Homeschooling College - One great way to evaluate a college
<<< This mother was asking how to find a good college for her daughter that wants a PhD in Biology. She was asking for a school in New Jersey, and I don't know the schools in that area. I was able to give her some general advice, though. >>>If you are asking about undergraduate schools, make sure you compare their graduate school admission rates. One local school has a medical or law school admission rate of...
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