What are the pros and cons to being homeschooled?

Do not joke- I need serious answers.

The reason I ask this is because my current situation is getting difficult. To put it simply, my teachers are putting too much pressure and any time I ask my extracurricular teachers to let me take a step back, even a small one, they don’t. I’ve gotten really sick repeatedly this year and it’s put me behind, I don’t want to risk repeating another year (due to that looking bad when applying for collage or work).

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Yamilettethehedgehog101
I have been having problems with my teachers as well because they make me nervous and stress at anything I ask or do I have been wanting to go to homeschool but my mom wants me to make friends
pastrami
that is not a pro or a con.
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Yamilettethehedgehog101
I understand that I was just writing that I was struggling too
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Amaracool21
I am currently being homeschooled but I was originally in public school so my answer may seem a bit biased.

Cons:
Harder to make friends (harder to talk to them if you were once attending public school)
Easy to slack off and not do work
People will not like you for being homeschooled
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PeachyKeen
Pros:
Less pressure
More free time
You can chose the order of subject you do
Ivy League schools actually prefer home schooled applicants
It's fairly easy
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RaspberryJello
Okay, thank you!
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PeachyKeen
Easier as in you dont have homework and a teacher encouraging you (which at times can be good) and your welcome
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RaspberryJello
Question:
What do you mean by “easier to slip up”?
As in easier to neglect?
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American.Idiot
Being homeschooled doesn't look too good on college applications, so it could hurt your chances of getting into the school you want.
RaspberryJello
But, pros?
I’m trying to see if the cons outweigh the pros.
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RaspberryJello
I have a large enough group of friends I regularly keep in contact with (that’s also extremely diverse in personality) so I think I’ve got the not enough social interaction thing covered
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American.Idiot
Well for a pro, you can sleep in and avoid social contact with other people at school.
But then again, you need to get used to social interaction and being in an enviroment with other people since that is what you'll have to do when you get a career.
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