Dating a dental student advice
I knew a lot about various subjects with the exception of Math.
Studying for the GED was about understanding and breaking things down from scratch, ensuring that each item is understood before moving on to the next level.
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Also, I have a friend telling me to get the GED so I can go to college and get the career that I want.
My husband is an electrical engineer and graduated from San Luis Obispo University in Santa Maria.
The problem I am facing is that I doubt if I can make it or not or if I’m welcome since I’m a Filipino.
But my fiancé encouraged me to give it try because it’s like a now or never opportunity and we don’t get any younger.