None. All colleges accept homeschooled students, and a large number actively attempt to recruit more homeschooled students.
Students who are homeschooled are often socialized with other homeschooled students to broaden their social network. Homeschooling is a perfectly fine alternative to public schools, and students are not isolated from other peers.
about 2 percent
No. Actually, many colleges such as Harvard University (and many, many others) are actively seeking homeschoolers because they tend to be more self-motivated. Some recent statistics have shown a sharp uprise in the amount of homeschooled teens accepted into major colleges.
Some of the best colleges in the US that you can get paid a lot of money from would be Brown, Harvard, Yale and Georgetown. Most of these Colleges are for students who are highly educated
Colleges with only merited students are the best, seats for money is worst.
Only about three percent of children are homeschooled. The amount of students deciding to be homeschooled is growing every year.
A GED or high school equivalency test.
About 340,000 high school students are homeschooled in the United States. About 2.1 million children (grades K-12) are homeschooled in the United States.
could you tell me the new students whose supported by propaganda of faith in this year?
There are many good colleges for international students in Canada. It really just depends on what the person wants to study in.
Microsoft Word is the most common among colleges and universites.