This eBook provides the practical and proven action steps to help any homeschool student defy preconceived stereotypes by becoming a student at the graduate school of their choice and landing a dream job in their field of study.
San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) February 09, 2012
CollegePlus has released a new eBook to help homeschool families navigate their way through the often confusing process of preparing for graduate school.
In the eBook, Homeschool to Grad School: How to Get into the Grad School of Your Choice, Shawn Cohen, a homeschooled grad student, walks homeschoolers through the process of getting prepared and equipped for higher education, beginning with straightforward tactics in high school.
Through clearly defined ambition, critical thinking, and solid study skills, Cohen educates homeschoolers on how to emerge as the academic leaders of their generation and also the preferred applicants to graduate admissions advisors.
“This eBook provides the practical and proven action steps to help any homeschool student defy preconceived stereotypes by becoming a student at the graduate school of their choice and landing a dream job in their field of study.”
In addition to defining what to do, Cohen also warns what not to do when preparing your child for grad school. “Allowing your homeschool student to take the GED immediately tags them with the stigma of an inept high school drop-out.”
“If you want to differentiate your homeschool student as an academic success worthy of grad school, be innovative," says Cohen.
CollegePlus is committed to the success of their students and plans to provide continued support and additional resources for homeschooled students preparing for graduate school or other specialized higher education options.
CollegePlus serves students ages 15 through adult, by creating a customized accredited degree program designed around their specific needs, personality, and life purpose. CollegePlus students earn their fully accredited bachelor's degree in about three years, with no debt, and then successfully launch into the workforce or the graduate school of their choice.
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