You can’t even get a dishwasher’s job without that GED or a high school diploma. I am tired of not doing anything. I am just existing. I look at the world today, and that is motivation enough. Times are getting harder, and I am not getting any younger.
I took the GED test and passed every thing but math portion. So, I keep trying to get the GED Instructor who hosted the test to let me come back in and retest, but she wouldn’t. I don’t know why. The time ran out for me to take it before 2012, so now I have to retake the whole test. I don’t have enough money for the test. Now I am looking for funding to retake it.
I want a career. I love the administrative field. I want to be a Leasing Agent or a Housing Case Manager. Getting my GED means a better life for me and my kids. But I need help!
It sounds like you have a clear goal in sight. You know exactly what you want to be! That’s a great start! The next step is to make sure you can pass that math test the next time you take the test. Make sure to get in LOTS of practice, either with an online GED program, a GED Study Guide, or local classes at a community college or adult school. Take a practice test before taking the real one to see exactly where your problem areas are! You absolutely can do it and live the life you’ve dreamed for yourself. Good luck!
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