mamato4 Posted August 24, 2015 Share Posted August 24, 2015 I asked this question in another thread but I though it would be less confusing for me to start a separate thread. Thanks for reading this again. I have written up a school profile which I am planning to upload onto the counselor section. I started filling out the student portion and in the last tab called "Homeschool," it has these questions which is answered in my school profile. Please provide any information about the applicant's homeschool experience and environment that you believe would be helpful to the reader (e.g. educational philosophy, motivation for homeschooling, instruction setting, etc.). Please explain the grading scale or other methods of evaluation. My question then is should I re-write my school profile or should I just use the same information in both sections? Another question I have is course descriptions. I have the course descriptions for all of dd's high school classes. In the student part of the counselor section it asks about outside courses: If the student has taken courses from a distance learning program, traditional secondary school, or institution of higher education, please list the course title and content, sponsoring institution, instruction setting and schedule, and frequency of interactions with instructors and fellow students (once per day, week, etc.). In addition, if the student has taken any standardized testing other than those listed on page 2 of the Common Application, please also describe below. I can easily enter the data that I have but I'd still like to submit the whole document that lists and describes all her classes as one college she is targeting wants to see that information. Maybe I'm missing it but I don't see another area where I can upload supplemental documents other than the school profile and transcripts. Thank you and a warning that I'm sure to have more questions to ask as I go along! :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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