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Can i take drivers ed if im 16 in 9th grade?

Can i take drivers ed if im 16 in 9th grade? Topic: Ed case something
May 21, 2019 / By Brant
Question: i live in maryland but go to school in delaware. i failed 8th grade because my school expelled me for something dumb and didnt send me to any alternative school which they have to do, so i ended up missing a whole year of school because the didnt send me and i couldnt go to another school cause the case had to be closed for me to enroll in a different school and it wasnt. the school was ruled wrong and thats the school i currently attend . im 16 but only in 9th grade because of this so could i change my study hall into drivers ed? id be taking it right now because i would of never failed if it wasnt for the school messing up. please just simply answer the question,thanks in advance. in my school it only takes one marking period for drivers ed so i was thinkin if i could id change my 3rd marking period study hall to drivers ed
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Originally Answered: 59% Grade 12 English, and Grade 10 Science 70%, and Grade 10 Math 70% Can I get into any program?
Hey, I'm going to be in 8th grade too..And i get Mostly all A's and 1 B usually. What helps me achieve my grades is that do your homework! I do my homework everyday, i never skipped homework. Also study..You don't have to study a lot, I don't study everyday, I only study the night before the test i have to take, only study for about 45 minutes. Also if you have free time in your study halls, study there. Behave well in school and listen to everything. Get good sleep and eat a good breakfast. Have fun in 8th grade! Hope your grades improve :)
Originally Answered: 59% Grade 12 English, and Grade 10 Science 70%, and Grade 10 Math 70% Can I get into any program?
DO YOUR HOMEWORK!!!!! STUDY STUDY STUDY at least 1 hour a day. Be serious about your work. Ask for help when needed. Seek your parents if your teachers won't help like alot of mine did and still do.

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