Kodak Black still has a few months left of his sentencing before he’s released for probation violation. But it appears that the rapper has been using his time wisely.

Back in May, he legally changed his name from Dieuson Octave to Bill K. Kapri in hopes of a fresh start. Then he began working on his GED.

Three months ago the judge granted him permission to get tutored for the exam. It looks like the tutoring help because Kodak took to Twitter to announce that he passed. “It Feels Like The Day I Bought My First Chain,” he tweeted. Which is presumably one of the best feelings in the world for the young rapper.

The “Roll in Peace” rapper was arrested in January after his Florida home was raided during an Instagram live stream. He was slapped with grand theft of a firearm, child neglect, possession of marijuana, two counts of possession of a weapon by a felon. The charges were later dismissed and the child services investigation has been dropped.

He’s expected to return in mid-September.