College planning specialists have some tips on how you can control your student's college costs.
Look at in-state schools that don't cost as much as sending your child to one out of state. Invest in a SAT or ACT preps course to help your child up their score and possibly get more financial aid. If students have to borrow, use Stafford or High Need Federal Perkins Loans for better rates. Lastly, make sure you fill out the FAFSA, Free Application for Federal Student Aid, Form.
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