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5 Students Who Should Try for “Credit by Exam for Acceleration”

January 9, 2009

1. An elementary student who is not challenged in class and might be ready to move to a higher grade.
2. A 5th/6th grader who is ready for more advanced math and wants to complete Geometry in middle school. (The average middle school student will not take Geometry until sophomore year.)
3. A child who has prior experience in a foreign language and wishes to skip the introductory classes or receive credit.
4. A student who wants more electives in high school might test out of BCIS (tech credit) based upon prior knowledge of Microsoft Office.
5. A child with a strong passion and knowledge of a particular area through outsidereading or experiences, such as history.

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