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lib.rare.ian Said,
June 13th, 2014 @10:39 am  

If you can pass the GED test, go for it, it doesn’t seem like school is working for you. You can go to community college with your GED, and if you can make a good record there, you can transfer to a four year college and finish your Bachelor degree there. Good luck, because the GED test is tough to pass if you don’t have your basic education.

BookGirl Said,
June 13th, 2014 @11:22 am  

I’m getting my Masters and I started out with a GED. So yes, it’s possible. Start out by going to community college. Care about your grades and get the As. If you can do a 12+ hour semester with a 4.0, the doors (and scholarships) will start opening up for you. Don’t take the SATs unless it’s required for the university you want to transfer to. Community colleges have their own placement tests so don’t waste time and money on that if you don’t need it just yet.

Matt Said,
June 13th, 2014 @12:15 pm  

Absolutely. You’re not going to get accepted to an Ivy League university, but you can go to a state supported university of a junior college. Do well enough there and you might be able to transfer to a more prestigious school. Good Luck :)

Doc Martin Said,
June 13th, 2014 @1:11 pm  

“I REALLY want to go to college because I want to be a Physician or something involving Law or Politics”

You’re being totally unrealistic. ~70% of GED holders who attempt college fail or drop out in the first two semesters. Very few ever graduate with a marketable degree.

The best use for a GED is to start an apprenticeship in some high-paying trade.

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