City and State: Laredo, TX
What motivated you to get your GED degree? I realized when I became a mom at the age of 18 and dropped out of school three months before graduation. I told myself that it’s time for me to make a better future for my family and me.
How have your friends and family helped you? My family has helped me to make better choices. They are counting on me to get my GED, so I can become what I want to be.
What problems have you faced? I really need help with math and social studies. I just don’t know how people say history is easy. To me it’s difficult.
What do you hope to gain from getting your GED degree? I hope by getting my GED, it helps me with my future. I want to be a nurse.
It’s not easy being a teenage mother, but it’s great that you’re not waiting long to get your GED and continue with your life. Math and history can both be difficult, but if you get enrolled in a good prep program and work at your own pace, you’ll get it! Just keep studying and you’ll have your GED soon. Good luck!