Helping your homeschool teen thrive in their math studies is an art that requires flexibility, sensitivity, and a lot of imagination.
About Becky Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home TeamI'm Becky Muldrow, wife to my high school sweetheart, Gene, and mom to 10 great kids! I love spending my days homeschooling the last 2 of them and sharing (on my website and at homeschool conferences) how we do high school differently - by replacing it with college.
Are you struggling to find a quiet place for your homeschool student to study? These seven ideas will help your teenager focus on their studies and ace their classes.
High school students do sometimes fail CLEP exams. If your teen has recently failed a CLEP exam, follow these tips to ensure a more successful retest.
Is your teen taking CLEP exams during high school for college credit? Discover six ways that parents can support their teens who are taking CLEP exams.
Making the transition from summer break to studying isn't always easy for homeschool parents. These tips will help you get a head start!
Before registering for a CLEP exam, make sure it is not a waste of time or money. These questions can help you and your teen make the decision.
When a student finishes a CLEP exam at a CLEP testing center, they receive a print-out with their CLEP score. But what does this score actually mean? Does it automatically award you college credit?
Your teen can earn six or even more college credits by taking a CLEP exam in high school. Check out our guide to find out which CLEP exams are worth the most credit.
Are your teens studying history, government, and economics in high school? They can take the Social Sciences & History CLEP and earn up to six college credits! Read our guide to get started.
Is your teen interested in law? Check out our homeschooler’s guide to the LSAT exam and help your teen chart a path to law school on the fast track!
DSST exams are a great way for homeschool students to earn college credit in high school. Learn how your teen can register for an exam.
It can be a scary time, transitioning to homeschooling a high school student. But this guide can ease your fears and help you get started!