Post # 1
But I dropped out of school in the 9th grade. Grandpa had just died and we need another income for the family. So I found my first job and have been working since then.
Today I finally went for my GED testing. Today was placement testing, and I passed most of it with flying colores. I only missed one question in the language portion. I missed half the math questions. So, I’ll only be going to the classes to to work exclusively on the math part. According to the Teacher, a month or two and I should be able to pass with, as she said, an easy B.
So…YAY for me!
Post # 3
Congratulations! That’s very exciting and I wish you luck!
Post # 4
Good for you for going back to get your GED! And congrats on only needing to work on the math section! A lot of people need refresher courses on most of the subjects, I’m sure.
Post # 5
Good for you…. you should be very proud of yourself!! 🙂
Post # 6
Normally, I would absolutely dread anything school related. I have a high ammount of anxiety connected to school of any kind.
But, I’m genuinely excited to finish the testing!
Post # 7
@HelleCat: I’m proud of you for going back to school to get your GED! Go girl!
Post # 9
Thats really awesome! Congrats! 🙂
Post # 10
Yay! You sound like a strong person who had to grow up really fast due to circumstances beyond your control. I think it’s awesome that you’re getting your GED, and I wish you all the best.
Post # 11
That’s awesome! Congrats on going back to school!!
Post # 12
Congratulations on going back to school! Good luck on the math!!
Post # 13
Congrats! My mom dropped out when she was a sophomore in high school and only went back to get her GED a year ago. She actually had a lot of fun in the class and said it was all pretty easy, even though she remembered none of the math at first. I hope it all goes well with you!
Post # 14
wow, you are a very caring person to take care of your family when they really needed you. good luck on the test, you can do it!!
Post # 15
Congrats, sounds like you are going to do great! Good luck!
Post # 16
YAY! High five, and I am sure the math will go just fine.