Sean from Las Cruces, NM – 45
I’m tired of losing people I love because of my education, and I’m tired of being left behind. I’ve pretty much struggled all my life with difficult, low paying jobs. I can’t take it anymore. Math is very hard. I don’t think I can even read a ruler that well. I really need to get my GED so I can have confidence in myself and encourage my son to stay in school.
It’s great that you’re starting off down the path to get your GED. The first step is taking a practice test so you can see where your current skills are. Math might be hard, but you could be surprised to know that there are other parts of the GED that you’re better at. Once you’ve figured out exactly what you need to study, get enrolled in a study program. With just a few months of studying, you’ll be on your way! Good luck! we know you can do it!
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