It seems like every time my daughter tells anyone she's homeschooled (she is unschooled, but we just say HS to not confuse people and have to explain every.single.time.) the kid she's telling tries to test her with a math problem.
School just started and I was talking to the kids on the soccer team I coach about it and they asked my daughter if she'd started school and when she said she was homeschooled one of the other girls goes, "What's 4 times 6?"
Thankfully, I'm the coach so I told her it doesn't feel good to have people testing you all the time. One of the things we didn't like about going to school was being tested.
My niece is the same age and constantly testing her and demanding to know what she's learning and does it comply with the state standards. My niece is autistic and doesn't have a filter or really 'get' how this could hurt my daughter's feelings, but that doesn't change that it happens.
I liked my response about how it doesn't feel good to be tested and questioned about what you're learning by everyone you know and strangers on the street, but I'm also wondering what my daughter could say to people. Maybe she should just troll them and say ridiculous things. What's 4 times 6? Alligator. What did you learn about this week? What happens in Buffy season 6.