Why I Want My Ged Essays and Term Papers

  • Why Do You Want Your Ged

    Topic: Why do I want your GED My GED is an very important for me and part of life if I could have one wish it would be to pursue my GED and further my education but was unable to graduate high school for whatever reason. I though school wasn’t for me and I still...

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  • Ged Essay

    Why do you want your GED? A GED is an important part of life if one wishes to pursue further education but was unable to graduate from high school for whatever reason. I though school wasn’t for me and I still remember till this day an old friend of mine telling me to finish school and I never listened...

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  • Why I Want to Get My Ged

    A GED is an important part of life if one wishes to pursue further education but was unable to graduate high school for whatever reason. I myself earned a diploma through continental academy online but they had lost their accreditations a month before I enrolled so my diploma is essentially worthless...

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  • My Essay

    Personal Statement Essay My name is Tymaine McBee and I am currently a student/trainee at OBT (Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow). The reasons why I have enrolled in OBT are to obtain my GED, get enrolled on a good college, and to get a good job. The main reason why I’m here is because high school...

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  • Pursuing My Education

    28, 2010 Pursuing my education It all started back in 9th grade when we (my mom and I) had a meeting with my counselor at school. The meeting came about because my counselor was starting to worry about my grades. That’s when she felt she needed to know what was going on and why my grades were low....

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  • Narrative Essay

    came a long way in my 30 years old life. I have a lot of experience in both life and in my career. I think everyone comes to a fork in the road and they’re choices now can affect their life for years to come. I know I’ve made some wrong turns in life when it comes to my education. I finally feel I’m making...

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  • A Wizard

    reason that I had chosen this phrase was because it tells me some things about the story and what kind of story it is. Well, from this I can conclude that this book will have something to do with dragons, wizards and it is an adventurous type book. After reading this much of the book, I know for sure...

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  • self

    PART ONE: I always wanted to attend college, but I dropped out of high school when I was in 12th grade. I decide to just work, I had three jobs until I was 21yr old. After that my life changed. I met someone, got married and had a kid when I was 23yr old. I really didn’t paid too much attention to...

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  • poop

    discussed in class, why is it significant that Ged embraces his shadow instead of trying to destroy it? What do you think Le Guin is trying to say here? In the novel “Earthsea” by Ursula K. Le Guin, the antagonist and protagonist are really the same person, known as Duny, Sparrowhawk, or Ged. It is significant...

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  • A Wizard of Earthsea: Book 1

    surely the greatest voyager, was the man called Sparrowhawk, who in his day became both dragonlord and Archmage. His life is told of in the Deed of Ged and in many songs, but this is a tale of the time before his fame, before the songs were made. He was born in a lonely village called Ten Alders, high...

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  • Autobiography Assignment

    Introduction I was born on May 1, 1981, at East Ridge Hospital. My family unit consists of me, my husband and our 6 children. Well on November 28, 1999, I decided to attend Job Corp in Memphis, Tennessee. I went to Job Corp to better myself and too get my GED and learn a trade. The only reason why I didn’t...

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  • Basis

    schools didn't add much benefit when students were compared to peers with similar socioeconomic backgrounds who went to less selective colleges. "I guess I was somewhat surprised ... that there wasn't some effect, even small," Brand said. "One of the most interesting results is that people with the most...

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  • Perspective Paper

    PERSPECTIVE PAPER I decided to pursue my MBA degree because of the many reasons. One reason that I can never forget was when my dad used reverse psychology on me. He told me that I could not complete any schooling because I was too involved with my friends. He was right. I had just dropped out from...

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  • Transitions

    easy. I never graduated from High School. I left my high school when I was a sophomore and went to an Independent Studies school. I was doing well, but I kept failing history. I tried my hardest to understand it and pass, but, they kicked me out my senior year. So I just gave up. One day I figured...

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  • Getting Jobs

    hard to live without an job and money. I have been working since I was about twelve years old I worked at a nearby tire shop and moved from there to a carwash. I tried to keep money in my pocket because I knew my mother could not provide much. It is a lot of reason why people could be unemployed. Being unemployed...

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  • Moral Values

    Moral Values One of the many values I was taught by my family growing up is taking responsibility for your actions. Some people choose to take the easy way out, but I have chosen to take responsibility for my actions. To conduct living some people choose not to get a job. Instead, they would rather...

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  • Jgvjy

    plastic surgeon and to do this I will need to attend college of course. I recently had a beautiful baby girl and would like to spend time with her, so I've decided to put college on hold at least until the spring semester. When I heard about the CNA program, I thought I should become a CNA to make good...

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  • nnnnn

    During your senior year the teachers teach you a lot because they want to see you succeed and do something with your life. Senior year is important because this is your last year of high school. Your teachers get you prepared for test and want you to walk cross that stage and get your diploma. When you...

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  • Moving to the Oregon Coast

    consider. Am I moving to a safe area? Does the area have the needed ammonites to take care of my needs? Are the schools good? What’s the job market like? I could go on and on with questions to ask and these were the questions I had to ask myself about five years ago. I lived in my hometown of Vancouver...

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  • Our Welfare Reform

    There have numerous times that I have said something to my kids and a “beacon of light” has gone off in their head. It seems to me that kids are exactly like us when we were kids. They are very impatient and succumb to disappointment easily. My eldest daughter Alana is what some would call...

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