A year and a half ago, I was sentenced to 5 years suspend all but 14 days in jail. I was put on two years of probation after my release. There were a few terms of my probation (anger class, mental health exam, no drugs, etc.). I have taken care of all terms, except one. I have to get my GED before August 10. I have completed 3/4 of the tests with only Math left. I am currently taking GED classes, study a textbook at home, use online resources. I CANNOT get to a point where I feel confident that I will pass the test. I have gotten up to standard middle school math but can't seem to get past that. I have been studying for months. What will happen if I don't get it in time?
The only one who can really answer that question is the person or office who assigned you the probation. If you have really made all the progress that you describe, you will probably just get extended probation while you continue to study. You should contact your probation officer and ask your question.
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