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Author(s):College Board
Title:How to apply for a scholarship: The money is there, but you have to ask for it
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Organization:College Board
Short Description:This website offers ten tips to parents or students when applying for scholarships.
Annotation:The ten tips for scholarship applications found on this webpage can assist individuals who are considering the costs of college. The number one strategy for individuals who are applying for scholarships is to start researching scholarships early.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College and Career Planning (for Parents)
College and Career Planning (for Students)
High School
Parent/Family Involvement and Community Engagement
Preparation/College Readiness
Senior Year of High School

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