Don't miss out: the ambitious student's guide to financial aid, Volume 20
For 20 years, Don't Miss Out has been the most widely used, authoritative book available on financing a college education. Written from a consumer's point of view, the 20th edition presents everything students and their parents must know. The book lists hundreds of scholarship, grant, and loan sources, and gives insider tips on personal finance techniques. Charts, tables & worksheets.
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