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From: mdmt (
Subject:         Re: Help, help, help!
Date: April 23, 2008 at 10:22 pm PST

In Reply to: Help, help, help! posted by Helen on August 26, 2007 at 7:19 am:

I concur with the other posted advice.
In two weeks my son will graduate (Lord willing) with a B.S. in Chemistry. I made his transcript myself.
I didn't exactly unschool the whole time, but I did create his transcript. He did take a couple of classes at a community college (precalculus, trigonometry) before enrolling in a university. This community college had experience with other homeschoolers and was open to more enrolling in their courses. He did not take a full course load, because he was still in "high school" at the time. Just list what they have done as if they were in a conventional class and your assessment of the learning.(grade) Some schools like to see tests scores such as the ACT. My son took that. And I listed all his extra curricular activities/communtiy service type activities so they could see he interacted with others and was "well-rounded".
It shouldn't be a problem at all.
Homeschooling is much more common now. Schools are used to seeing it and some are excited to have a home school applicant.
Be anxious for nothing,to quote a noted person!
A good reminder for myself, as well.

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