I decided to get my GED because I dropped out of school in the 12th grade. I wanted to prove to myself that I am smart enough to obtain a GED Certificate. I also have two children, so I want to better my life so that I can give them a good life. My next step is enrolling into a community college. I want to become a health care worker.
Tiffany began studying to prepare for the new GED test in November of 2014 and completed the last of the 4 tests in mid-March. It took her a little less than 4 months to achieve her goal. She has gone to work now to save for college and would like to begin in the fall. She is now eligible for a $1000 college scholarship, a reward for completing her GED.
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