Sorry for the typo in the last message, I was interrupted. What I meant to say was my other two kids will probably also graduate at 15 yrs old. They are currently 14 and 11 1/2 yrs old.
Yes,there is a great book on the statistics of homeschooling. It is called "Homeschooling: The Right Choice!" by Christopher Klicka, Loyal Publishing, www.loyalpublishing.com. Check out Chapt. #5. We have purchased the book for our family a couple of times because we continue to lend it out, but never seems to come back. It may not be the most up to date, but it is a starting point. (P.S. we have been homeschooling since 1996 and have truly been amazed. Our daughter will graduate from high school at 15 yrs. old this year and our other two kids will probably will also.)
I seem to remember seeing that homeschoolers had higher scores. Correct !!
You can try the National Homeschool alliance to find more information about homeschool curriculum.
recess does improve test scores.
I homeschool children with disabilities. In NC, there are very low requirements. You must file, and you must test every year. Those test scores mean nothing, they don't go anywhere, you just have to keep them as part of your records. WWW.hslda.org will show you. Contact a local group like NCunschoolers for more info, they are VERY active and a great group
The easiest place to purchase homeschool software is on-line. Homeschool software is available through many website and homeschool co-ops. The decision of what software best fits the students education goals needs is the first step to purchasing homeschool software.
The test scores of other students Worldwide.
There are lots of online and offline resources available, One such resource is Facetofacestudy
Chicago schools have the lowest test scores.)~:
It can take from 2-5 weeks to report your test scores
Sachin Tendulkar has the most scores of 99 in test cricket.
Yes chewing gum For 5 minutes before test not during test helps your test scores
The answer is 81. Simply add the three test scores and divide by three.
http://www.homeschool-curriculum.org/homeschool-online.html is a site that has listed the best of the best curriculum types available for the parents who are busy.
No it really isn't. You can always homeschool. If it gets too hard, there are many resources, the internet being one of the best. Books are widely available and groups/programs are available almost everywhere to support homsechoolers.
yes it is a good way to describe test scores answer
An ACT online preparatory course will improve your test scores on the ACT.
There is a 25% improvement.
This simply means that if you plot a histogram of the scores it will be asymmetric.
The GED test used for the Missouri High School Equivalency test will be changing in 2014. The new test, aligned with Common Core State Standards, will be available as a Computer Based Test and is being designed to focus on college and career readiness. The test will not be available on the internet. Individuals taking the new, 2014, test are advised that test scores earned on the current version of the test, known as the 2002 version, will NOT transfer to the new test.
Yes it does.
An average is worked out by dividing the total of the scores by the number of scores. You have 4 scores already so when you have done the next test it will be 5 scores. If you multiply 5 scores by 90 it gives you a total score of 450. The 4 scores you already have adds up to a total of 354. If you subtract 354 from the 450 you get 96 and that is your target for the final test. The average for the first 4 tests comes out at 88.5
4 The formula is sum of scores divided by number of scores.