Is UGA a homeschool-friendly university when it comes to admissions?
Unaccredited homeschooler with decent gpa (3.9); many dual enrollment courses and good extra-curriculars, however, just curious if anyone has had experience (or knows of others) applying to uga if the process is easy or if they make you jump through hoops showing detailed portfolios? Any other advice?
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So I can’t evalute home schooling but this is UGA home school policy
But generally home schoolers have more detailed requirements to ascertain they can succeed at college protecting their university stats and they may be require to take SAT/ACT when otherwise it is optional but it is an equal shot if you meet the requirements as someone who has your exact portfolio who attends public/private school.