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Old 11-29-2012, 08:57 PM   #1
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Ok so many of us on here go to or have gone to college. I was wondering if anyone could help me out on where to find scholarships. What I have tried:

Cappex.com
Scholarshipexperts.com
scholarshippoints.com
scholarshipcoin.com
scholarships.com
Zinch.com
fafsa.gov
FFA.org

and a few others i cannot think of that I will post when i remember them. Does anyone know of any good websites to get scholarships and/or information on?
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Edit: yup, it's http://www.fastweb.com/
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I think fastweb.com is one I used to use.
Yeah fastweb has a lot.



Once I transfer back instate my tuition is gonna go way down for instate and im gonna get lottery scholarship too worth $7500 a year.
Your state may or may not have something based on grades/SAT scores.

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Yeah fastweb has a lot.



Once I transfer back instate im gonna get my lottery scholarship too worth $7500 a year.
Your state may or may not have something based on grades/SAT scores.
Yep I forgot to mention fastweb. been on there too. Out here in SD we take the ACT instead of the SAT. lol I did ok on it
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Scholarships4students.com is another good one
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fafsa is what I always used but mine were academic based scholarships through the university. I ended up paying less than 3 semesters worth of tuition.

So if you have already applied through all those sites, the best thing you can do now is make good grades (preferably having started in high school). Then apply for scholarships the university offers.
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