Eliminate GED Fear

Not thinking you can pass the exam is by far the number one reason people don’t get their GED. They look back on their school days and only remember how bad things were and how they failed in several subjects. When a person focuses on their past failures they can never envision future success.  That’s why the first step in passing the GED is getting rid of all that negative self-doubt and fear.  I can assure you that to be successful in anything, you will need to overcome fears and develop your courage and faith. 


Keep in mind that the GED test will not get easier; in fact, the 2014 version is expected to be much harder than the current version. As time goes on and you get older the importance of getting your GED will only become more critical.  Hence, you need to be focused on changing yourself if you want to change the results in your life.  Remember, you need to learn to overcome fear and doubt to have a great life.  Even after you pass the GED you will be faced with new situations and challenges that will require you to be confident and courageous.  We all have doubts and insecurities about ourselves…that is normal.  However, it’s those people that can face their fear and push forward that will be successful.  So the only thing you need to be afraid of is not trying. The fact that you are reading this article is proof that you’re a winner and have everything it takes to earn a GED.