What motivated you to get your GED degree? I finally realized that I need my GED because if I don’t have a GED or a high school diploma then no manager or boss would want to hire me. Another reason why I need it is because I want to go to college. No college will accept you without a high school diploma or GED.
How have your friends and family helped you? Well, my friends do not motivate me, but my older sister has supported me so much by telling me that I need to get a GED in order to succeed in the world. She also said I need one to get my dream career. My boyfriend has also helped me by telling me that I should go after the career that I’ve always wanted, so I decide to get my GED to do that.
What problems have you faced? I have problems in science and math. I need help in these two subjects because my dream job has both of these subjects in them. If I don’t get help in these subjects, then I wont know how to get my dream career.
What do you hope to gain from getting your GED degree? I hope to gain my dream job and some more common sense in all of the subjects. My goal is to try my hardest and to succeed in getting my GED. If I have to I will study my butt off until I understand what I need to know to pass my GED test.
What is it about your dream job that appeals to you? If your dream job involves math and science, then perhaps there’s something about math and science that also appeals to you. Think about the ways you would use those two subjects in your career, and apply it to your studies. However, if you can’t find any way to like science or math, then are you certain that a job that involves the two of those subjects would really be good for you? Perhaps it might be good for you to speak with a career counselor and talk about what it is you really want. Getting a GED is great no matter what, but it’s also important that you find out what will make you the happiest, and what will make studying the easiest. Good luck!