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Jan 05

Remember the Articles of the Constitution with this Mnemonic!

Mnemonic for remembering the Articles of the Constitution: Lazy Elephants Jump Slowly And Sit Regularly. L =  legislative E =  executive J =   judicial S =  states A =  amendment process S =  supremacy of constitution R =  ratification Summary of the Articles of the Constitution Article I The longest article in the Constitution vests …

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Nov 10

How American Homeschoolers Measure Up


Nov 05

Why salt water tastes salty….

Thank you, Joshua, for asking the question in class last week regarding why salt water still tastes salty if the Na and Cl ions are separated when dissolved in water.  Here’s the answer:  Salty things taste salty because they are dissolved by the saliva in our mouth; thus if they did not separate into separate …

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Aug 06

Over 1000 college credits earned and thousands of $$$$ saved!

Students in my study groups and classes have now earned over 1000 college credits and saved thousands of $$$$ on college tuition as well as hours of classroom time! Way to go students for sticking with the process and finishing strong!

Apr 15

Environmental Science Feedback

Here are a few comments from a recent successful test taker: “The test questions were not longer than the practice test questions which I liked and they did ask about some environmental acts, the earth’s atmosphere layers, eutrophication, relationships between species (mutualism, parasitism etc.)” AND from another student who took and PASSED the Environment and …

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Sep 19

Practice Test Know-How

Practice tests are another weapon in your arsenal for CLEP/DSST success!  They are not necessarily intended to test what you already know, but to supplement your learning and to continue to BUILD your knowledge of the subject.  Don’t expect to know all or even most of the answers the first time you take a practice …

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