• March Giveaway - College Prep Genius

    College Prep Genius GiveawayWe're so excited to feature a brand new curriculum-provider as our featured giveaway at SecularHomeschool.com this month! College Prep Genius is a revolutionary SAT & PSAT/NMSQT prep program designed to help students master the strategies behind these tests and learn how to get the correct answers. This program takes students step-by-step through each section of the tests [Critical Reading, Math, Writing,] and gives them a plan for success for each question type. Hosted by SAT expert Jean Burk, the DVD breaks the entire popular curriculum into 12 easy lessons.

    This month's featured giveaway is one (1) College Prep Genius DVD Set. The product set includes a 4-disc teaching DVD, 350-page textbook, and class workbook.

    If you have a homeschooler in the high school years (or soon will), and are looking toward any type of higher education, then now is the time to get prepared. Don't miss out on an opportunity to win this wonderful prize!



    To enter this giveaway, simply comment below about why you would like to win this package from College Prep Genius. You may earn up to four additional entries for this giveaway by sharing this giveaway on Facebook and coming back and commenting to let us know, by sharing this giveaway on Twitter and coming back and commenting to let us know (with your Twitter ID), by sharing this giveaway on your Google+ profile and coming back and commenting to let us know (with the URL link of your share), or by posting about this giveaway on your personal blog or website and coming back and leaving a comment with a link to your post. (Each additional entry must be entered via a separate comment)




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    Comments 57 Comments
    1. inmom's Avatar
      inmom -
      Pick me, pick me!!

      This would be great for my dd, a sophomore, and ds, a freshman. Every little extra bit of help is wonderful.
    1. inmom's Avatar
      inmom -
      Also posted about the giveaway on facbook!!
    1. cassiemc's Avatar
      cassiemc -
      My oldest is currently in 9th grade and I have 2 more behind him. I have not heard of this product before and would love to try it
    1. cassiemc's Avatar
      cassiemc -
      Also shared on my facebook page!
    1. GothicGyrl's Avatar
      GothicGyrl -
      I have one that will be a senior next year. She NEEDS this.

      Toni Wilson
    1. GothicGyrl's Avatar
      GothicGyrl -
      And I shared on facebook too.
    1. AprilKatz's Avatar
      AprilKatz -
      Oh, this would be a wonderful thing. My sons are about to turn 14 and 17 next month. This would be very timely, and I'd get a lot of use out of it.
    1. AprilKatz's Avatar
      AprilKatz -
      Shared on my facebook page.
    1. JenWrites's Avatar
      JenWrites -
      My little home learners are still very young, but my cousin is a homeschool sophomore in high school and this would be an incredible boon to her. She's one of the most intelligent, capable, driven kids I've ever met and she would really put this program to great use in her journey to med school.
    1. JenWrites's Avatar
      JenWrites -
      I shared on Facebook with my homeschool group!
    1. Brandye's Avatar
      Brandye -
      I would love this! I have one who will soon be headed into all of that testing, and two more following a little later.
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      Brandye -
      Also posted the giveaway on FaceBook!
    1. WhatEverWorks's Avatar
      WhatEverWorks -
      Pick me! Or, actually, pick my kids!! We've been shopping for SAT prep software and this looks really good. Both my 10th and 7th graders would benefit from quality practice. When you're taking the SAT and similar tests, knowing how to take these tests is as important as knowing the content.
    1. dakers's Avatar
      dakers -
      My 10th and 8th graders could really benefit from this.
    1. h5rus's Avatar
      h5rus -
      Shared this giveaway on Facebook with my homeschool group!
    1. kcanders's Avatar
      kcanders -
      I would love this for my son! We are planning to do ACT prep this summer and this would be prefect.
    1. debbiec73's Avatar
      debbiec73 -
      OOh pick me, I have a soon to be freshman who could use this!
    1. debbiec73's Avatar
      debbiec73 -
      Just shared this on facebook!
    1. Colette Finkbiner's Avatar
      Colette Finkbiner -
      As a mom with a 14-year-old homeschooling son, I believe this set would make a great addition to his studies. We constantly look for new and interesting content.
    1. lbayo's Avatar
      lbayo -
      My son is preparing for the SAT using web resources and old books his brother used 10 years ago. This would be a wonderful resource to help him prepare. Shared on facebook!
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