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Ramping Up Biology

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Our homeschool is off to the races with an eclectic take on high school biology.
Here's a post on the resources we're using:
Biology Ramp-Up

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  1. muddylilly's Avatar
    Great blog post! And fantastic resources I've got almost the same sources lined up already for my boy. But you had a couple that I'm looking forward to incorporating when we cover biology next year. Thanks.
  2. CrazyMom's Avatar
    Cool resources! Word of caution though... Have heard multiple reports of homeschoolers having problems getting target universities to accept home-taught lab sciences for admissions credit. If your son has some target colleges in mind, particularly if he's considering going into stem....it's a good idea to research their policies for high school lab sciences.
  3. Soulhammer's Avatar
    Thanks for the compliment!
    Quote Originally Posted by muddylilly
    Great blog post! And fantastic resources I've got almost the same sources lined up already for my boy. But you had a couple that I'm looking forward to incorporating when we cover biology next year. Thanks.
  4. Soulhammer's Avatar
    Thanks for the tip! I will be outsourcing all for-credit labs except for physical science (done at home), which the SC unis we are looking at won't credit anyway; not sure about the NC unis (we are in the midst of a drawn out move from SC to NC).
    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyMom
    Cool resources! Word of caution though... Have heard multiple reports of homeschoolers having problems getting target universities to accept home-taught lab sciences for admissions credit. If your son has some target colleges in mind, particularly if he's considering going into stem....it's a good idea to research their policies for high school lab sciences.
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