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Shmoop is a major test prep services retailer which operates the website shmoop.com. As of today, we have 5 active Shmoop promo codes and 5 site-wide coupons. The Dealspotr community last updated this page on March 29, 2018. On average, we launch 2 new Shmoop promo codes or coupons each month, with an average discount of 10% off and an average time to expiration of 76 days.

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  1. Go to shmoop.com then select the items you wish to purchase and add them to your shopping cart.
  2. Find a promo code on this page. Click to open the code, then click "copy" to copy the coupon code to your clipboard.
  3. Go back to shmoop.com and proceed to checkout. Look for the box labeled "Enter promo code" and paste your promo code in that box.
  4. Once you apply the promo code, your savings should be applied, and you can complete checkout.

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15 Tips, Resources, and Services for Homeschoolers to Earn College Credit Before Graduating

If you're already a homeschooler or you plan to homeschool your child, it's never too early to get a plan together. With homeschooling increasing in popularity, many high school students and their parents are looking into ways homeschoolers can earn college credit - and finding several options!

But there are a few important things to remember when looking into earning college credits while homeschooling. 

Before you even think about enrolling in or starting a course for college credit, there are a few things you should do.

The first thing you should do is always have a conversation with an admissions rep to make sure the credits you're earning are transferable in the way you think they are. (If you can find it in writing somewhere, even better.)

Although many excellent schools are offering college credits for homeschoolers, it's wise to be wary of new colleges until you're absolutely sure they'll accept the hard work you're putting in. Check each school's policies carefully.

Unfortunately, there are lots of misconceptions and a great deal of misinformation circulated about homeschool requirements, so getting information straight from those who work directly within the admissions process is best.

Be sure to ask them: Will your homeschool transcript be accepted? Will your homeschool student need to take the SAT or ACT or can they simply take a placement test?

You'll probably have the best experience if you make an appointment with someone familiar with homeschooling at the college so they can walk you through the steps correctly.