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a month ago
Paying for College

What should I do! My parents make to much on paper but in reality we don't.
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I just need Scholarships that will help me lol

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a month ago

You should join a scholarship website! There are plenty of websites out there that you can join and enter drawings for no-essay and essay-required scholarships. bold.org and tallo.com are two good ones to try, but you can google "college scholarships" and see what comes up too. And look for ones that are specifically for seniors, as they will be easier to win. Good luck, hope this helps!

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a month ago

I can relate to this! That is why in junior year, I started to research about scholarships websites and I found a great scholarship website! This scholarship website is called ScholarshipOwl and its a great website when you first start applying. The only problem is that you do have to pay to actually apply through their platform. This is because their platform is different compared to other scholarships websites. I paid my membership myself because the cost was fair (15 dollars for 3 months so 45 dollars). However, you can create a free account and it shows you what scholarships you are eligible for. You can search for the scholarships you are eligible for in other scholarships websites such as Bold.org or google search. It sounds like a lot of work but it makes it easier to find scholarships you are eligible for instead of scrolling through different scholarships websites and seeing scholarships you are not eligible for. Hope this helps, if you have any questions, leave a comment on here!

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