I don't know you but it's never too late to learn how to be a good person. That I hope will benefit you in the future and will make your future good ;-)
Btw - Testing position may involve coding. We have test suites prepared by our QA specialists and their lack of programming skills in the past caused headache to the Development Team as developers themselves had to make the test suites run fast enough, stable, reliable... Now it all improved and QA folks are at least capable of maintaining this.
But you say you're not interested in coding... then maybe you can learn tools which you can use for your testing, maybe testing automation?