I took a GED pre-test, aced it, and never chose to finalize my GED. Something about those three letters made me never want one. I never wanted to attend college in my teens or twenties, and jobs were easy to get when I needed them.
Well, fast forward to my encroaching mid-thirties. I suddenly am feeling more and more interested in a degree in the future. But must I bother with GED?
I went to the advisor at our local community college a few years ago- before I knew much about homeschooling laws- and was flatly denied any further discussion without diploma or GED. It hadn't occurred to me to present myself as homeschooled during high school or anything like that.
According to our laws in TX, I should only need to SAY I received a homeschool diploma, and that should suffice.
Should I just go try again with my new understanding? Has anyone had experience doing this?