"D'Janay, 17, said she passed the English section on the first try but has failed the math part three times. She is taking an extra remedial math class this semester to help her pass the test, in addition to her Algebra II class and two Advanced Placement courses. She said she has a 2.0 grade point average.

"I am totally freaking out that I may not graduate," said D'Janay, who attended a rally against the exit exam this week in a park next to her high school.

"No matter what happens, I'm going to college because I need college to further my education," she said."

If you can't pass the math portion of the test and have a 2.0 GPA maybe you really should spend a couple extra years in high school. And this person plans on going to college. Well honey, I got news for ya. The math requirement to graduate from college is considerably higher then high school.

This article is a perfect example of people not taking education seriously. It's sad, really.