Yes, homeschoolers can navigate the SAT and ACT plus earn college credit through advanced placement and CLEP exams. We have been sharing reviews of some of the top college test prep resources to help your students prepare for these exams. To make it handy for you, we have put those test prep reviews together in one spot – plus added some great homeschooling high school
Homeschoolers are frugal and always looking for ways to save money. One way that high school homeschoolers can save future college tuition costs is with CLEP for college credits. My graduating senior has been using REA’s CLEP College Composition. ~ Don’t miss the giveaway at the end. We received these REA CLEP for College Credits resources in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are our
Homeschoolers are always looking for ways to save money. That includes saving money by seeking out scholarships. Another way to save money is for your student to earn college credits with AP test prep. The results of AP exams will be used by colleges and universities to determine if they will grant your student college credit or allow your student to skip the equivalent course.
Last spring I shared with you the ACT Test Prep resources my rising senior used. She took the ACT last June, made the score she hoped for and was accepted to the college at the top of her list! Now that my son is a rising senior, we are using the same resources. I now am on the ‘other’ side of homeschooling high school. I
With both a rising senior and a rising junior in our homeschool, we are in the thick of college test prep and planning. Enter REA Test Prep with resources to help us be prepared! Lately, we have been using CLEP Biology and ACT Strategy Smart from REA. Just how to use College Test Prep for Homeschool from REA with your homeschoolers? I’m sharing how we have
We are getting serious over here with our high schoolers. Recently we were introduced to AP Test Prep materials from REA. What is really great? Three study tools at once! This, of course, speaks to learning styles. Plus my high schoolers can do their test prep anytime, anywhere with three study tools working together: book, web and mobile. The two resources we have been using