It's Not So Hard to Get Your GED

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It's Not So Hard to Get Your GED

Do you have limitations on your life because you didn't graduate from high school? My name is Amy, and I was a high school drop-out. I was afraid to take steps toward my GED because I thought it would be too hard. It turns out that I shouldn't have waited. It wasn't difficult at all, and now I am ready to continue my education and get a great job that will support me and my kids. You can do this, too. I'll take you through the process, give examples of the kind of thing you'll need to know and offer tips on how to do it right.

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