Here is your scholarship tip for the day. Colleges use their merit scholarship dollars to attract the students they want. To increase the chances of getting a merit scholarship, students should include several "safety" or "no problem" schools on their college list.
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Here is your scholarship tip of the day: Students should ask their high school guidance counselor about scholarships that they know of because students in previous years received them.
By today, some students have already received some admission decisions, scholarship offers and financial aid awards for their colleges for this coming fall. Did you know that you may be able to negotiate for higher awards? For mre details, search "scholarship negotiation" on the College Coach blog at blog.getintocollege.com.
By December 27th, you should have submitted all of your college applications and financial aid applications. Be sure to check out the College Coach Facebook page for more information on what you should be doing right now.