You’re never too old or too young to start taking education seriously. Though there are a few stipulations on drug convictions, most of us can take advantage of federal grants and student loans to go back to school and do it right this time.
Nearly any employer will choose a college graduate or a GED holder, and pretty much anybody will choose a GED holder over a non grad. The higher your education, the more they’re willing to pay the big bucks. The links below will put you on the right path to success.
The first step in the process is to fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid at the Department of Education website below. Since many of us haven’t held real-world jobs in a very long time, we qualify for both Pell grants and student loans do to our low-income status.
USA Today says that fewer GED test takers are passing the new test. If you haven’t had the chance to earn your GED yet, here are some links to help you prepare: