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Monday, February 6th, 2006
4:45 pm
I might be homeschooled soon, and I was wondering if you get a lot of free time with it. I'm a junior, and I plan on getting a job while doing the american school. Is that a good plan / is there enough free time to pull it off?

Oh, and how taxing is the work / How long does it take to finish a days worth?
Monday, August 22nd, 2005
3:54 pm
Hi, I just joined. I've been homeschooled for about 10 years. This year I will be entering highschool and I'm gonna be using the American School program, just like my brothers did! I'm looking foward to it!

So.. yeah!

Current Mood: good
Saturday, July 16th, 2005
7:48 am
Just thought I'd update and let everyone know I graduated from AS! :) On July 8th I finished my last AS exam(s) and I'm now waiting for them to return so I can see what sort of a grade I got. Pretty exciting stuff. ;)
Thursday, February 3rd, 2005
9:32 pm
free ipods
Hey everyone!! You know those free ipod ads you see everywhere on the web? They're real!! I know a girl who just got hers a few weeks ago! Now I am trying to get one! They are completely free, all you have to do is sign up for ONE offer which can be cancelled right after sign-up! PLEASE do this for me!! I wants my free Ipod!!

To help me get my free Ipod, just click here! http://www.freeiPods.com/?r=14791994 !! Again, all you have to do is click that link, and complete an offer to help me get mine. To get your own, all you have to do is what I'm doing - convince just 5 people to click your referral link and complete an offer!! If you're wondering what offer to complete, I reccomend Columbia House (5 dvd's for only $12), BMG (7 cd's for about $21... this one is awesome, I use BMG a lot) or Blockbuster (3 rentals for $10 the first month). BMG doesn't even need a credit card, you can pay with a money order, AND you get your CD's BEFORE you even have to pay! There are other FREE offers, too, those are just my favorites.

Click here to read a livejournal post from a girl who really got her free ipod!! :)

Thanks guys!! Please comment if you have any questions! :)

Thursday, November 4th, 2004
12:53 am

I'm Jessica, I just turned seventeen, and I've been enrolled in AS for a couple years now.
As of right now I have about half of Algebra left & Geometry left. Other than that I'm DONE with all the courese! :smile: I took the college prep courses.

This is basically my question, though. I dislike the Algebra book they used for AS. I've had previous experience with Saxon's algebra book and though I wouldn't say it was the best, it was better. I had no idea you could test out of subjects when I first enrolled...no one ever informed me of that (which would have saved a lot of time in a few of my courses).
My mom bought me the Algebra Math Made Easy. If I were to view this and use a different Algebra text book, do any of you think I would be able to successfully test out of Algebra?
Thus far I've gotten excellent grades on my Algebra exams, the lowest being a B, however I don't feel like everything in sinking in. I don't want to just get good grades, I want to get good grades and retain the information to take with me to college.

If anyone has any information, it would be great. Right now I'm reading "Algebra for the Clueless" by Bob Miller. It's really informative. It and Math Made Easy have been a big help to me, unlike the AS Algebra book.

Thanks in advance for any help you can give me!
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