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Cast off my old skin

So I am now registered to take the GED test. Over the course of three nights next week I will be sitting in a classroom of sorts racking my brain over questions I may never be asked again. Sad were my cohorts in registration. Four boys (ages from 17 to 25) were there. None of them could figure out how to fill out the forms. None knew how to fill out a money order. And none understood the concept of filling in the little bubbles on one of the registaration forms. And one of them said he needed to tek the GED to get into the military. OMG, how scary is that?

I have an interview tomorrow at Staples. It's where Sharlene works. I've got her reference as well as Mike Swimm (I used to work with him too). So hopefully all goes well.

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Best of luck. :D
Happy to hear about your registration for your GED....Also, good luck for your interview at Staples. You are the best! *hugs you*
And one of them said he needed to tek the GED to get into the military. OMG, how scary is that?

O.o;;
Oh my.
meeeeeeeep, GOOD LUCK!! is the GED anything like the SAT w/the questions & what not?? *stupid*

anywho, like I said before GOOD LUCK w/all that + the job interview! *needs a job REAL BAD myself* :X
GED and SAT's are similar format questions. However the GED is like a high school diploma. I never graduated from high school.
ohhh ok! I know what the purpose of GED is, I'm just curious as to the formatting of the test & what not. but if they're anything like the SAT questions, it must be EEEEEEEEEVIL!!!! ;___;