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Millions of young Americans recently began their senior year of high school. If your kid is among them, he or she is probably busy juggling homework, extracurricular activities and maybe a part-time job — all while trying to savor the last official year of childhood and simultaneously prepare for impending adulthood.
You, on the other hand, are likely just wondering how the heck you’re going to pay for college.
College may be a year away, but scholarship and loan application deadlines are just around the corner. As you’ll soon learn, there are tons of decisions to make and documents to fill out. Plus, some states award aid on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning funds for your child’s dream school could be exhausted by the time you get your paperwork together.
If that doesn’t make you want to get the jump on financial aid, I don’t know what will.
Your first step is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form, which is required by virtually all colleges, universities and career schools for federal student aid, as well as for most aid from states and individual colleges.
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