Financial Aid Secrets | "Wish I'd Known" Series | The Princeton Review
Applying for financial aid can be daunting. In fact, a quarter of college-bound high school students don’t fill out the FAFSA at all—and an estimated 1 billion dollars in aid, grants, and scholarships goes unclaimed each year. If college is in your future, these 6 tips can help make your higher education much more affordable.
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