Kodak Black remains behind bars but the Florida rapper is still trying to better himself. While the "Tunnel Vision" artist still has a few months until his release, he's trying to get his GED in the meantime and has a GED Ready test scheduled for June 25.

The rapper revealed the date on Twitter, asking his fans to pray for him as he prepares for the ready test and the official test afterwards if he's successful. "Y'all pray for me i take my GED Ready test June 25," he tweeted. "If i pass that i take the real test June 28 & 29."

Kodak was granted access to a GED tutor in March after a judge made the decision. The rapper's legal team also requested he have access to a computer to help him study, although it's unknown if that request was fulfilled.

The Heartbreak Kodak artist was sentenced to one year in prison in April following a gun and marijuana possession arrest in January. Kodak was sentenced to serve 364 days behind bars but had already served 90 days at the time. The rapper was also given the chance to be released early on good behavior. Since Kodak has been behind bars since January, the rapper could be released from prison in October.

Kodak is still also managing to make new music, most recently appearing on A$AP Rocky's Testing album by way of a recorded phone call from prison. The rapper lends his vocals to the end of Flacko's "Calldrops."

Check out Kodak Black's tweet below.

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