Unless you set something up through your state, I don't think it's a very high percentage. Most schools would have those records though. Or go to the place you would sign up for a G.E.D. and they too should have those records. The truth in fact that many homeschoolers start college two to three years before public and privet school peers, but that most colleges love homeschoolers and work very hard to welcome them to their schools and that most finish as many their peers from the other forms education.
Less than half.
The drop out percentage rate for Dalton State College is 67.6 percent. Meaning that only 32.4 actually graduate. This is not a great percentage for a State College.
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About 73.8 percent
Yes. Most of them.
If they are actually college graduates, they have either an associates degree or a bachelor's degree. In most people's minds, a college graduate has a bachelors, so the answer would be all of them.
Nobody knows exactly, but the chances of getting into college as a homeschooler are actually pretty high!! As long as they get a high school diploma or their GED, they are usually good to go. Homeschool students have great work ethics, are disciplined, can work by themselves and usually have really good marks.
Only about 19 percent of the students enrolled in college in Chile actually graduate from college. Rising tuition fees have made it more difficult for students to finish school.
If you intend to go to graduate school then yes it is possible to get a college scholarship after you graduate college.
Yes. A lot of colleges are looking for homeschoolers
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Depends upon the schoosl and the students. If the school is a good school then most probably there are lots of students who can graduate.
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Absolutely. More and more universities recognize that homeschoolers are a great asset to their institution. Many universities have specific procedures for handling homeschool applications. Some homeschoolers attend community college in high school and can use those transcripts as proof of ability or even to receive college credit. Homeschoolers have been accepted into every prestigious university in the US.
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