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Overseas Homeschoolers and the National Merit Scholarship

Overseas Homeschoolers and the National Merit Scholarship
Overseas Homeschoolers and the National Merit Scholarship Here in the U.S. homeschoolers can become National Merit Scholars the same way that public school students do, by taking the PSAT-NMSQT in 11th grade. You can learn everything about this process in my article, National Merit Scholarship Information for Homeschoolers.Not all homeschoolers are living in the U.S. though. Some expatriats can't find a place to take the PSAT at all. So you can see how it can be...
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Lee Binz
Hi KML! When you register for the PSAT, they ask you for your school code for your state you will return to.... which isn't always... Read More
Thursday, 04 April 2019 16:42
Guest — KML
Thanks for this article. If you are an overseas homeschooler able to take the PSAT on a military base, which state do they compare... Read More
Thursday, 04 April 2019 06:55
Guest — Lana
How do they calculate selection index from SAT score? Could you please give an example?
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Overseas Homeschool Friends - Listen Up!

Overseas Homeschool Friends - Listen Up!
This post contains affiliate links. If you click and buy I may make a few pennies, but not enough for a latte. If you are living overseas and are homeschooling because you are military, missionary, or for other reasons live outside the US, I have a great resource for you to add to your home library. The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition One of my overseas homeschool parents suggested this, so I asked to review...
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