Eliminate Your Fears And Doubts About The Confusing Student Aid Report

The Confusing Student Aid Report (SAR) The Student Aid Report (SAR) is a confusing government-type report that summarizes the information that you provided on the FAFSA financial aid form. The following are some guidelines involving the SAR. Your SAR will usually contain your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), the number used in determining your eligibility for…

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10 Options To Consider If You Can’t Pay Your Student Loan Bills

10 Options To Consider If You Can’t Pay Your Student Loan Bills If you are a high school senior who will attend college in the fall, you need to understand the pressure and burden that follows when you take out massive student loans to pay for college. If you are a college grad and currently…

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Top Four Standardized Test Myths You Should Know

Top 4 Standardized Test Myths You Should Know When it comes to preparing for standardized tests, everyone seems to have an opinion. However, it’s important to note that while test tips are well-intentioned, they don’t necessarily translate into good or even practical advice. Here are four of our favorite standardized test myths: Myth 1: Taking…

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Financial Aid Time Is Near – Will You Qualify?

Financial Aid Time Is Near – Will You Qualify?   Every year families go through the tedious process of filling out financial aid forms in hopes of getting enough money to make college affordable for their student(s). If you do happen to qualify for aid, most of it will most likely be in the form…

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It’s Time To Complete The 2015-2016 FAFSA Form

It’s Time To Complete The 2015-2016 FAFSA Form Financial aid applications, such as the FAFSA, should be submitted as soon as possible after January 1, but no sooner . You cannot submit the form before January 1, because the need analysis process uses your financial information from the prior tax year when calculating eligibility for…

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Picking The Right College Can Save You Time & Money

Picking The Right College Can Save You A Mountain Of Time And Money!   Choosing the “right” college that fits the student’s personality is the most important decision in the college process. This is to assure the ease of transition and a high probability that the student will graduate with a degree and a job…

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Choosing The Right Career Path Before You Pick A College Can Save You Thousands Of Dollars!

Choosing The Right Career Path Before You Pick A College Can Save You Thousands Of Dollars! Choosing a career path is one of the most important decisions that students face today. Lack of planning can force students into a 5 or 6 year college degree. Students who do not plan their career path may end…

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Choosing Your College Wisely

 Choosing Your College Wisely Some Colleges Offer Outstanding Educations… And Money! With over 3,000 four-year colleges to choose from, it might seem that selecting an elite (and expensive) college or university would help to leverage your personal and professional success. If this were the case, then choosing an Ivy League or Top-25 school would virtually…

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Plan for Financing College

Do You Have A Game Plan For Financing College? If Not… It Could Cost You Thousands Of Dollars! Each year we are amazed at the lack of planning that some families put into college, especially financing college. The proof of this lack of planning comes out when we ask these simple questions in the initial…

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Need Based Financial Aid – Best Colleges To Get Aid

The Best Colleges To Get Need Based Financial Aid Their are three forms of financial aid: Need, Merit, and the college’s own money.  You need to maximize all the forms of financial aid to reduce the cost of college. Every year the cost of college seems to outpace the rate of inflation. You would think…

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