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Homeschooling Teens – How do Homeschoolers take the SAT?

January 16, 2008

Sign up online for the SAT at www.collegeboard.com. Here is the exact address:
http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/sat/reg.html
They take the test at their local high school. They can choose any school on the list – some prefer to take the test at a private school. I don’t know if it’s possible to refuse a homeschooler, but I’ve never heard of it.Here is their page called “Homeschooled students and the SAT.” The parent can read more about the test and how it is administered.
http://www.collegeboard.com/parents/tests/meet-tests/21302.html
This page proves how homeschool friendly the test is – they are VERY used to seeing us, it’s not unusual to them at all.

The college board also has a page called “Homeschooled students and college admission” that is very helpful.
http://www.collegeboard.com/parents/csearch/know-the-options/21358.html
When you read that page, though, remember that the college board website “sells” testing – that is their product. In a way, when you read that page, you have to filter through the advertisements for the other tests (AP, SAT 2, etc.)

The SAT test is a standardized test that meets the annual assessment requirements for Washington State. It’s also cheaper than going the usual testing route. The PSAT is much cheaper still – it’s only $15 or so.

Blessings,
Lee
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