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Homeschoolers' College Admissions Handbook: Preparing 12- to 18-Year-Olds for Success in the College of Their Choice - Cafi Cohen, Linda Dobson Great for a nervous parent!Part One focuses on setting goals, next comes paper trails, and last is the admission office. I read it because my daughter, age 12, is doing high school level work and I wasn't sure what to do. So according to the author, I could claim it for her high school transcript. I also appreciated the suggestion that foreign language study start early. How to demonstrate leadership experiences for a college application is my current project, since Cohen suggests joining an organization in grades 7-8, in order to rise to in-charge positions in a few years.