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With tough economic times, paying for a child's education is harder than ever. Free College Resource Book takes students and parents through the process of weighing options for college funding, including scholarship searches, grants, savings plans, differences between financial aid options and which financial aid programs provide the best benefits to students, and other so With tough economic times, paying for a child's education is harder than ever. Free College Resource Book takes students and parents through the process of weighing options for college funding, including scholarship searches, grants, savings plans, differences between financial aid options and which financial aid programs provide the best benefits to students, and other sources of money for paying college tuition and fees. Using a unique "Grand Slam" organizational strategy, the authors take students and parents through the process of creating a successful game plan to fund their college educations by focusing on student interests. This book shows students how to both find sources of funding and prepare winning essays, applications, and interview responses to ensure they meet their financial aid goals. Written by parents who put five children through college without spending a dime, this handy guide will aid parents and future college students in their search for the best education at the best price.


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With tough economic times, paying for a child's education is harder than ever. Free College Resource Book takes students and parents through the process of weighing options for college funding, including scholarship searches, grants, savings plans, differences between financial aid options and which financial aid programs provide the best benefits to students, and other so With tough economic times, paying for a child's education is harder than ever. Free College Resource Book takes students and parents through the process of weighing options for college funding, including scholarship searches, grants, savings plans, differences between financial aid options and which financial aid programs provide the best benefits to students, and other sources of money for paying college tuition and fees. Using a unique "Grand Slam" organizational strategy, the authors take students and parents through the process of creating a successful game plan to fund their college educations by focusing on student interests. This book shows students how to both find sources of funding and prepare winning essays, applications, and interview responses to ensure they meet their financial aid goals. Written by parents who put five children through college without spending a dime, this handy guide will aid parents and future college students in their search for the best education at the best price.

13 review for Free College Resource Book

  1. 5 out of 5

    Terri Lynn

    This book is so useful if you or someone you know is seeking to pay for college without spending any of your own money. In fact, the links in this book alone are more than worth the price of the book though I read the library's copy. I have an 18 year old so I wanted to see what scholarships I might have overlooked. I also help other homeschool families who are sending kids to college and wanted more information to pass on. I marveled at some of the scholarships I had never heard of such as the This book is so useful if you or someone you know is seeking to pay for college without spending any of your own money. In fact, the links in this book alone are more than worth the price of the book though I read the library's copy. I have an 18 year old so I wanted to see what scholarships I might have overlooked. I also help other homeschool families who are sending kids to college and wanted more information to pass on. I marveled at some of the scholarships I had never heard of such as the one from the makers of Duct tape for the best prom dress made from duct tape! There is a lot of information on narrowing down career interests (many scholarships are available to students going into specific fields), ways to make yourself more scholarship ready by the activities you do involving your interests or helping others, choosing a college and evaluating what kind of scholarships it offers, writing scholarship essays, finding scholarships to apply for, and organizing your scholarship search. I like how this book is written by a couple who actually put 5 kids through college at no cost to themselves. The writing is friendly as if you are sitting together discussing options over coffee. Many practical examples are given and a lot of warm and friendly encouragement. Stop stressing- friends are now helping you find and get scholarships.

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