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Can homeschooled kids get into college?

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Ralph Lopez on August 25, 2018

Home education of adolescents in contact with the colleges and universities you want to attend and ask about their admission policies. In a 1994 telephone survey conducted by the author of this brochure, a select group of admissions officers from large universities and colleges indicated willingness to consider applications from students educated in the home. In addition, all officers said that they accept standardized admission test scores, along with other material that shows the learning experience and collaboration with others, in the absence of a regular high school transcript. Although admissions officers do not monitor this practice, some estimated that to admit a handful of undergraduates each year without a transcript. Interested teenagers should ask their local homeschool association of the names of the college students that were home schooled and not of the mind, which provides advice on the college application process. [The answer above is an extract from a brochure of the home education written by Patricia M. Lines, senior Research Analyst, National Institute of Education-Governance, Finance, policymaking and Management, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, u.s. Department of Education EE.UU..] I would like to say that I am a clear example of that the home school children can enter the university. I was home from 2nd grade to graduation. I started college in the 9th grade so that I could get a jump start on my career. I specialize in Health Information Management. While I was in high school, I was only allowed to take as many classes towards my degree, but what little I took helped me get finished sooner. I only ended up going from one year to the university instead of two. I also want to mention that I did receive a diploma from the American School instead of a GED. Yes, quite possible. From our experience, you also get better results in your tests that a lot of the times.

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