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Posts Tagged ‘ testing ’

College Entrance Tests for Homeschoolers

How do homeschoolers get into college? What college entrance tests do they need to take? Find out that and more here!
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Homeschool Testing Services and Resources

Homeschool testing? How can you meet your state homeschool testing requirements? What are your homeschool testing options? Get the information here!
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Homeschool Testing

Do homeschoolers have to test? Should they? Find out how to test when it’s required and make the best choices about testing when it’s optional here.
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Math Level Placement Tools

How do you know how well your child is doing in math? Try these informal methods, math placement tests, and other resources to help.
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To Test or Not to Test—Gifted Children?

How To Test If Your Child Is Gifted

Do you think your homeschooler might be gifted? Let’s discuss how and why to test if your child is gifted and get resources to help.
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Finishing The Homeschool Year Strong

Homeschool End of Year - Finishing Strong

As the homeschool year draws to a close, homeschool end of year preparations begin. Find out how to finish the school year strong here.
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Reading Level Assessment Tools

Discover many ways to test your kid's reading level, whether it’s informally at the house or through a reading assessment tool. You can find it all here.
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GED Test for Homeschoolers and Parents

GED Test for Homeschoolers and Parents

Includes 2016 changes to the GED Test and beyond Homeschoolers do not always need to pass the GED test, but some may need it to be approved for apprenticeship for union work. In some states homeschool parents need to prove they have a high school education or the equivalent, so passing the GED test...
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