Oh, the FAFSA - the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Aren’t there enough things to worry about during senior year? Although the stress is understandable, it’s vital that seniors fill out the FAFSA, and doing so may be less tricky than you expected! Here are some tips about the FAFSA that can help you in your process.Even if you aren’t eligible for need-based aid, you might need to fill out the application to be eligible for various merit-based scholarships. Overall, it’s always a good idea to complete the application. Plus, following these other tips, it can be a relatively easy process.At this point, you still have plenty of time to commit to a school. Just add the schools you’re applying to (or your top ten, if your list has more than ten schools.)This can be a good thing to keep in mind if you work as a student. Your income will also be included in the financial profile and can decrease your likelihood of receiving federal aid and grants.
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