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Wednesday, February 10, 2010


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My son and I recently found a great resource for learning about how to win scholarships. It can be found at Times are tough and the tips in the guide offered at that site helped my son win several scholarships. Hope I can help someone else by sharing that. Mark


Thanks for the information. We hope someone benefits from these opportunities.


I have been struggling to find suitable scholarships for my son. Becasue he has a GPA of 2.9 this excludes him from many of the schoarships you see advertised. Lucily he has qualified for financial aid although we are a little bit short for his tuition fees. the website has been a useful source for finding some small college grants in addition to the FAFSA. Its just a shame that there arnt more need-based grants available to students.

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