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  1. Valerie Basham
    February 18, 2014 @ 9:01 pm

    Thank you for this tip, Jeannie! I am saving this information.

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  2. Tina Chen
    February 18, 2014 @ 7:46 pm

    This is our first year homeschooling a high schooler. Even we have been homeschooled for years, it felt like we need to learn everything all over again. So so blessed to read all your post regarding all high school homeschooling.

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  3. Trish Corlew
    February 18, 2014 @ 6:07 am

    From what I have gathered, it is easier to get an associates degree and transfer it in than it is to transfer more than 12 – 15 CLEP hours. So…. something to consider! Thanks for the post. Pinned it to the Hip Homeschool Moms' High School Pinterest Board.

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  4. Anonymous
    February 17, 2014 @ 11:23 pm

    Thanks for the CLEP information and for the chance to win Transcripts Made Easy. I wouldn't know where to start and will need this information for next school year!

    Mel in OH

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  5. cjoy allen
    February 17, 2014 @ 9:57 pm

    Oh my…I'm SO scared of transcripts. Like terrified!

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  6. EEEEMommy
    February 17, 2014 @ 8:55 pm

    Thanks, Jeannie!

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  7. Jeannie Fulbright
    February 17, 2014 @ 8:46 pm

    Let me also state that most colleges have a whole testing center devoted to testing out of courses instead of taking them. It does cost money to test out of a course. However, the fee is nominal.

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  8. Jeannie Fulbright
    February 17, 2014 @ 8:44 pm

    Typically, a college does not require you to pay for credits earned through CLEP.

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  9. EEEEMommy
    February 17, 2014 @ 8:43 pm

    Thanks for this, Jeannie!
    I have another question which may be best answered by the individual school. 😉
    Have you heard of schools requiring that you pay for the credits you earn through CLEP? I spoke with a couple of moms who said Purdue University does but haven't heard or read that anywhere else and haven't been able to confirm if that's common. When we narrow down our college choices, I will ask them specifically, but I'm looking for a general answer.

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  10. amaslaluno
    February 17, 2014 @ 8:33 pm

    Thank you for this series of posts, Jeannie! My son is in ninth grade, I could put the transcript book to good use! 🙂

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