Paying for Graduate School Without Going Broke, 2004 Edition

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Random House Information Group, 2003 - Study Aids - 256 pages
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Getting into graduate school and keeping up with your studies is hard enough without worrying about the enormous tab you're building up as you go. The Princeton Review knows graduate school–and financing graduate school–and Paying for Graduate School Without Going Broke has all the tips and strategies you will need to make the most of the resources available to you.

Insider Strategies for Maximizing Financial Aid and Minimizing Graduate School Costs

•Learn the different ways to finance different degrees
•Minimize borrowing with our extensive listing of fellowships and grants, including research and travel grants
•Tips on writing smart grant proposals and applying for fellowships
•Advice on employer-financed opportunities
•Calculate your costs and aid eligibility with specialized worksheets before you apply
•Master the concepts of common-sense borrowing
•Tax considerations you should know about before taking on student loans
•Spot the warning signs of a bad lender
•Defray debt by budgeting well while in graduate school
•Manage your money and debt after graduation

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Contents

What to Expect and What Is Expected of You in Graduate School 37
HOW TO PAY FOR IT 53
DECISIONS BAD DECISIONS AND BOTTOM LINES 141
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The Princeton Review is the fastest growing test-preparation company in the country, with over 60 franchise offices in the nation. Each year, we help more than 2 million students prepare for college, grad school, professional licensing exams, and successful careers.

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