Paying for College
Hello, my name is Cynthia and I'm about to enter my senior year of high school. Of course I have the worry of financial aid and whether it will be enough so I won't be growing in debt. I plan to apply …
Hey! I’m a rising senior who is homeschooled. I love being homeschooled, but college for me is a year away. I don’t have a guidance counselor to help me find scholarships, and the college I plan to go …
Demographic: White male, upper middle class, NJ
Expected Major: Business
SAT: 1550 (790 reading, 760 math)
PSAT: 1490 (probably qualifies me for National Merit scholarship)
GPA: 4.57 weighted, 3.96 unweig …
1490 PSAT in NJ with a selection index of 223
1550 SAT, 4.57 W GPA, 3.96 UW GPA, 10 APS, 6 Honors
ECS: Varsity for XC, JV winter track, JV spring track, volunteer tutoring through local church, voluntee …
Especially scolarships applicable to all ages or even just 10-12 grade appicability
My name is Chloe, I'm 17 and graduated high school one year early, and I am starting to get into the college and scholarship search.
I have a 4.0 GPA, 36 - ACT, 1590 = SAT.
Any recommendations on we …
I am a 9th grader going to become a sophomore next school year, and I've already applied to multiple scholarships and haven't got an email back.
I'm a rising senior in NJ whose has 3 other siblings that need to go through college. As a result, my parents want me to go to Rutgers because in state tuition is cheaper. I really want to go to a mor …
I know many people still get the aid from such IVYs even with the need aware policy.
My question is, that if I have a decent application, will it get affected by my need for like at least 80-90% aid?
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