City and State: San Antonio, Texas
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City and State: Ft. Loramie, Ohio
What motivated you to get your GED? I am very mature for my age because I grew up around only adults, therefore I do a lot of adult things. I am currently home schooled and hold a part-time (almost full-time) job, and I want out of school for now so that I can do nothing but work because my mother is a mom of 3 and single and I would like to help her as much as possible. I just can’t seem to motivate myself to do my school work anymore. I’m very smart if I try hard enough and I think that getting a G.E.D will help in the long run. After 18 I want to go to college to be a nurse or a vet but as for the here and now I need all the work hours I can get. I don’t have time for school. Continue reading
What motivated you to get your GED? I realized that any person that doesn’t have a GED can’t get ahead in life.
How have your friends and family helped you? My friends and family have helped me by encouraging me to take better steps and use good decision-making in life. Continue reading
City and State: Whiting, IN
What motivated you to get your GED? My daughter and realizing I don’t want to keep living paycheck to paycheck while just floating above the water. Continue reading
City and State: Baton Rouge, LA
The reason I want my GED is because I’m in 8th grade, and that’s bad, and I need a good job. My family and friends help me, and they were all saying the same thing, to go get my GED. I have problem in math and social studies, reading and writing. I hope to pass the GED. Continue reading
City and State: Windsor CT
What motivated you to get your GED? I wanted to go back to school and get a good career. Continue reading
What motivated you to get your GED? You need it to get by in this world. Everything you do in life requires a HS diploma or GED. Also my son, he means the world to me. I have to have a better life for him. Continue reading
City and State: Middletown, N.Y.
What motivated you to get your GED? I have been trying so hard to get my GED. It would open so many doors of opportunity if I had one. I am getting older, and before I leave my family someday, I want them to see that I never gave up. Continue reading
City and State: Kansas City, Missouri
What motivated you to get your GED? Well, what motivated me to get my GED is people, because I see people always talking about it and always making me think about it because it seems to me like if they were to be talking about me, let’s say I feel like a nobody and I don’t want to be that person. I want to be the person people look up to. I want to be known as a SUCCESSFUL person. Continue reading
City and State: Las Vegas, Nevada
What motivated you to get your GED? I dropped out of high school at the end of tenth grade, but you could say I dropped out the first day of the ninth grade. I didn’t have the motivation or anyone to push me to do my work, I would stay up all night playing video games and go to school tired and sleep during my classes. At 14 years old, I thought my life was great, I could do what I wanted, eat what I wanted, and stay up all night… Every kid’s fantasy, right? And I was living it. My motivation to obtain the GED is simple. I was 16 years old, no job.. couldn’t find a job and was going nowhere with my life. Other than financially, I still didn’t have parental guidance. Sure, my dad would buy me things, support me and pay for anything I needed, but he never gave me the emotional and moral support that I needed. Basically it comes down to, I wanted to go to college and the GED was my ticket there. Continue reading