I am hoping that you could give us some advice. We have homeschooled our daughter all of her life. She graduated this past May. She has done well with most subjects at home and at various co-op classes. She has consistently scored low on the SAT and ACT tests throughout her life. She took two classes for ACT/SAT prep in her junior year, then again in her senior year. Now, we have applied at our college, and they were willing for her to enter if she scored well on the Compass entrance exam. She studied hard and did well on the practice tests at home, however, she did not do as well at the actual exam. They said she is not college ready.She is frustrated and does not want to take the exam again but has a real heart for wanting to be a Vet. Tech. Do you have any advice?
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Each time you and your child interact with a college, the student should send a "Thank You" note by email within a few days of their visit.
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