I am twenty years old and currently working for American Proteins Inc. of Cuthbert, Ga. I reside in Columbus, Ga. I left school in April 2005, because I started home school. In order for me to make something out myself, I need a GED or high school diploma to get into a college. My dream is to get a good paying job to take care of my family. Continue reading
College in Warm Springs, GA ….GED and a job… graduate in March, 2008. Continue reading
I want to get my GED because I never finished school. I didn’t finish so I could take care of my mom, and I’ve always wanted to go back to school. I wish I was rich.
Michael, 37, Hamlet, NC
From The GED Academy:
Michael, getting your GED is a great step toward a better future. Family issues are a big factor for a lot of people. They can’t go to school because they need to help their families, but then they don’t have a lot of options to get better jobs or make more money. And we all wish we were rich, right? The GED is a smart step toward having more money. And you can get your GED by brushing up on those high school skills, on your own time and at your own pace. There are more options now for GED preparation than ever before. It’s easier than you think!
I can say that I did school but my difficulty is how to sell myself. Now I am working in a restaurant. I have got a lot of experience, but I want to increase my skills for managing. I hope that maybe you are able to tell me what to do. I want one day to manage my own enterprise. Continue reading
I took my GED test last year for the first time in August. I passed everything except math. I kind of figured that if I was to fail anything it would be math, unfortunately, I did. I only failed by 20 points. Continue reading
Hi, my name is Sonja Paniagua, and I would like to get my GED. I have been out of school for21 years and working all the time until suddenly I started having feet problems. Now I can’t work. Continue reading