Get a Jump on College Financial Aid: The FAFSA Decoded(2)
"When it comes to college financial aid, the one thing everyone recommends is filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)," the Collegebound Network reports. "Of course, at first glance, the FAFSA can seem intimidating. After all, with so many questions and so much of your future riding on your aid eligibility, it's no wonder you're nervous. But you don't have to be, says Eunice Powell, senior training specialist with the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA). 'If you're intimidated by paper FAFSA, go online and use FAFSA on the Web,' she says. It uses smart technology, meaning it will even skip questions that don't apply to you based on how you answer."
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