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Don't pay for free advice on scholarships for college

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The academic year is winding down, and many high school students are preparing to apply for financial aid as tuition costs continue to rise. Each year, millions of people depend on grants and scholarships to pay for college. Navigating the process of applying for financial aid can be confusing and some companies claim they can help, but often only end up charging fees for information and assistance the student can already get for free elsewhere.

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