in GED Stories
My brother and I weren't doing well in school so our parents took us out to home school us. I didn't work for 3 reasons. Reason 1, we didn't even get the right stuff for homeschooling studying, 2 Our parents both worked and we were left to do the work ourselves, and 3, We didn't try hard enough when we were left alone. I'm a 23 year-old whose only job has been mowing lawns. I've been studying the past couple of weeks in 6th grade math and up. Right now I'm on multiplying fractions and it's going a little slow, but it's better than not studying at all. I want to get a GED so I can find better work and will be able to support myself when my parents die. I still live with them. I applied at a grocery store recently and on the education part I put down that I'm working towards a GED and I hope that helps. I know a lot of places that won't even hire me unless I have a High-School Diploma or a GED. Money is tight right now and the last few times my mom hasn't had a lot of money to get groceries with and she was going to call her brother to get a loan or a title company to put up her car title. I want to get a job, Ged and help out even if I never go to college. We have some cats and dogs with us and I hope we don't have to give them up if can;t can;t get them food or if we have to move to a smaller place that doesn't allow pets. It will take a while to get my GED and I know that if i study enough and take the tests enough time I will eventually pass. That's all I have to say for right now. I hope that in the next couple of years I will be back here saying I finished my studies and that i got my GED. If I don't ever get it than I will have to struggle even more to get by in life even though I'd still have to struggle with a High-School Diploma or a GED.