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What percentage of homeschoolers actually graduate from college?

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2008-08-02 15:50:58
2008-08-02 15:50:58

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.

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