City and State: California
What motivated you to get your GED degree? I dropped out of high school at a young age, and now I’m trying to get into college. Getting a GED will help me to have a future.
How have your friends and family helped you? They thought it was a great idea that I wanted to do something with my life, and not wait until it was too late.
What problems have you faced? I faced feeling like the stupid one all the time. I didn’t understand school when I went, so I just turned to the streets and got myself into trouble all the time. I went down the wrong road.
What do you hope to gain from getting your GED degree? Getting my GED will show everyone that I’m not a screw up, and that I made it on my own two feet. I want to go to college so that one day, when I have kids, they will look up to me. So I can take better care of them. I want to work at Sea World, or became a teacher, but any career that pays good money I’m down for.
Do you have more to your story? I’ve just got to say that if I can make it, anyone can.
Good luck with getting your GED degree! High school is a challenge for everyone, and then even more so if you’re finding it difficult to understand things! But you have another chance to make something of yourself, and you’re taking it right away! You’re only 18, and you’ve already made this decision, so congratulations, you’re on the right road now! Find a good prep program and brush up on your skills, and you’ll be in college right along with everyone else in no time. You’ll show them all you’ve got what it takes!
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