I really need help.it cant wait?
Topic: Family dollar jobs applications
July 20, 2019 / By Ginger Question:
I need scholarships...school is out on may,21 and college begins a few months after, i have absolutley no money to give them, and have not been sucessful in my scholarship search. I need help.
How do i get scholarships?
what are some good scholarships?
How will I pay for college?
Best Answers: I really need help.it cant wait?
Denisa | 4 days ago
Definately start with Fasfa. Fasfa is a government funded programe to help students going to college pay for college...the awesome part is its FREE money! Please dont say your parents make too much because you never know....
you can apply for scholorships at FASTWEB.COM,just sign up for free and they offer a lot of scholorships from simple ones to more complex ones which invloves interviews. I used it last yeas and i got seven thousand dollars from only 1 application.Shocking right..belive me its worth your time.
Another thing you can do is go to your school Career Resource Center or Senior Advisors and ask them to give you a list of Scholorships to apply for.]
Depending on what youre planning to major on and what background youre from is what determines which scholorships are best for you...but FASFA like i said is the best choice.
Once you got scholorships and your FASFA done...youre set for college if not that route then your only other choice is get a part time job but thats if youre family does not have money to help you out.
I hope you get it...it was tough for me too and i understand.........Good Luck! Dont strees too much too,its youre senior year. Have fun!
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do your fafsa then look up some scholarships with whatever the school that you are going to, look into your community and see if they are going to give out any scholarships, also just surf the net for some. goggle always helps.
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start with the FAFSA at fafsa.edu fill that out. that will tell if you are eligible for the pell grant, many are. if not, it will tell you if you are eligible for stafford loans. Also, talk to the school where you are hoping to attend and ask their financial aid office for help. That is their job and they actually want to help. Good luck!
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You can go to
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Originally Answered: HELP PLEASE! My parents are getting me a dog next year but I really do not want to wait! Help?
Your parents already know you're responsible enough to have a dog, so there's no need to try and convince them further.
But this isn't simply a concern about the dog "adapting to change", but probably more about the extra hassle/ time / money it will cost them to care for a dog, as well as handling all the construction (which is quite a stressful task on its own!). Not to mention the possibility that a dog could get injured if he wandered down there while work was going on.
Your parents are animal lovers too, but they understand that it isn't practical to bring a new puppy into a home with so much else going on.
Really, 6 more months is not such a long wait. You will eventually get your pet, it will be in a much more suitable environment by that time, and all of you will be much happier for waiting :)