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Does My Teen Have to Take the SAT and/or the ACT?
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Does My Teen Have to Take the SAT and/or the ACT?

Does your teen inwardly groan at the thought of slogging through the SAT or the ACT just to get into college? This collegiate rite of passage has been around for a while now, even though it’s widely acknowledged that standardized tests are not the most comprehensive way to evaluate a student’s knowledge or potential. The good news is that many colleges and universities are finally...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

30 Mar 2016
5 Ways to Knock Out the Test Taking Jitters
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5 Ways to Knock Out the Test Taking Jitters

Students, welcome to “Julie’s School for Those Who Chronically Feel Unprepared on Test Days”! I am Julie, your sensei. Learn from me. Are you the type of student who studies a lot but never feels completely prepared? Do you get terribly nervous during tests? Do you wonder if you’ll ever conquer your fear of test taking? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions,...

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Julie

Julie

23 Mar 2016
Creative Ways to Stay Connected With Your Teen While They’re Schooling Independently
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Creative Ways to Stay Connected With Your Teen While They’re Schooling Independently

Your teen is embarking on a journey toward academic and real-world independence. It’s an exciting time for both of you — one that should be embraced and enjoyed. Dual Credit at Home Study Plans and Extra Mile Assignments are a complete, comprehensive package, and while your teen will be able to do much of the work independently, it’s important to stay connected and involved throughout...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

17 Mar 2016
Ways to Implement Dual Credit in Your Homeschool
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Ways to Implement Dual Credit in Your Homeschool

There are several ways for homeschoolers to earn dual credit during high school. The most popular options are by taking community college classes, taking online courses, or taking college-level exams for credit. Here are some of the pros and cons for each dual credit option. Community College Classes Pros – Community college classes allow students to learn in an on-campus setting with a teacher who...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

17 Mar 2016
How Dual Credit at Home’s Study Plans Work
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How Dual Credit at Home’s Study Plans Work

Instead of having your kids study the same subjects twice in high school AND college, they can study them once, take an accredited exam, and earn the same amount of traditional college credit by spending less time and less money. Dual Credit at Home will guide your student through 13 college-level exams to satisfy both high school and college core requirements. These exams give students...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

17 Mar 2016
Why Some Teens Earn Dual Credit and Others Don’t
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Why Some Teens Earn Dual Credit and Others Don’t

It’s no secret that dual credit options are an increasingly useful solution for homeschooling and high school families, but they may not be for every family. Are you wondering why some families take advantage of dual credit options for their teens while others don’t? This post will explain some of the reasons why students and their parents feel they should or shouldn’t have their students...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

17 Mar 2016
How to Get the Most Out of Attending a Homeschool Convention
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How to Get the Most Out of Attending a Homeschool Convention

Have you ever attended a homeschool convention? It’s a great way to connect with other homeschooling parents, try out new curriculum, and network with professionals in the field. You’ll also find great workshops, kids’ programs, and exhibits. This year, I’ll be teaching workshops at the Teach Them Diligently Conventions in Nashville, Atlanta, and Sandusky, the Texas Home School Coalition Conventions in Arlington and The Woodlands,...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

16 Mar 2016
How Dual Credit Works for Homeschooled Students
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How Dual Credit Works for Homeschooled Students

Have you ever wondered how homeschooled students can earn dual credit in high school? As a homeschool mom who has taken advantage of dual credit studies in our high school at home for several years, I’d like to share with you exactly how dual credit works so you can decide if and how to implement it in your own homeschool. The term “dual credit” may...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

08 Mar 2016
What if ALL My College Credits Won’t Transfer? Is Dual Credit at Home Still Worth My Time?
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What if ALL My College Credits Won’t Transfer? Is Dual Credit at Home Still Worth My Time?

While CLEP and DSST exams can be used to earn college credits that will transfer to thousands of colleges around the country, many parents and students wonder if Dual Credit at Home is still worth pursuing if all of the included exams might not be accepted at their college of choice. But the answer is . . . Dual Credit at Home offers much more...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

02 Mar 2016
3 Ways You Can Help Your Younger Homeschooled Siblings
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3 Ways You Can Help Your Younger Homeschooled Siblings

Do you have younger siblings? Do you want to try to help them succeed in whatever they are working through right now but you aren’t sure how? Thinking back on my homeschooling experience, I’ve had many different siblings come alongside me and help me through different stages in my life. I have six older siblings, and so there is a wide variety of skills that...

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Julie

Julie

24 Feb 2016
Six Ways We Make Homeschooling Harder Than It Really Is
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Six Ways We Make Homeschooling Harder Than It Really Is

Homeschooling parents, do you ever feel burned out? Pulled in a million directions? Unsure of whether or not you are homeschooling the “right” way? Do you ever second guess your methods? If you’re like me, I have many of these soul-searching moments. What I’ve learned over my many years of homeschooling is that there are ways that we can actually make homeschooling way harder than...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

17 Feb 2016
How to Help Your Homeschool Teen Start Learning Independently
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How to Help Your Homeschool Teen Start Learning Independently

As a homeschooling mom, you have many goals for your kids, but perhaps one of the most important is that they become independent learners and thinkers. You want them to show initiative, love learning, and succeed on their own! As your kids enter the teen years, they are more ready than ever to take over their learning, with support from you, of course. As your...

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Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home Team

10 Feb 2016
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