Tell My Story

As a TASC test taker, you have a rare story of overcoming adversity and staying committed – to your family, yourself, your career, and your future.

Answer the following questions and use this tool to tell your story of integrity and potential, whether you’re writing a college application essay, a cover letter for a new job, or a brainstorm for your future.

Question 1:

How old were you when you dropped out of high school?

Question 2:

Why did you not graduate high school?

Question 3:

How did you feel when you did not graduate high school? Choose one:

Question 4:

How many years were you out of high school before you took the high school equivalency test?

Question 5:

What did you do between not graduating high school and pursuing your high school equivalency?

Choose all that apply:

Question 6:

After you did not graduate high school, what did you stuggle to do?

Question 7:

How did you feel before you decided to earn your high school equivalency?

Choose one:

Question 8:

What year did you decide to start preparing for the high school equivalency test?

Question 9:

Why did you want to get your high school equivalency?

I wanted to... choose one:

Question 10:

How many months did you study for the high school equivalency?

Question 11:

How did you prepare for your high school equivalency?

Question 12:

When did you receive your high school equivalency certificate?

Question 13:

How did you feel when you earned your high school equivalency?

Choose one:

Question 14:

What do you want to do now that you have your high school equivalency?

Choose one:

Why Tell Your Story?

We’ve helped you determine what might come next for you: college, trade school, or a career. To get to that next step, you need to apply to specific schools or jobs, and you need to use those applications to stand out from the masses.
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