A college education adds value that goes well beyond earning more money in your lifetime. But if you are visiting this site, I don’t have to convince you of that. You’ve already come to this conclusion.
Becoming accepted to college requires students to graduate high school having fulfilled the A – G requirements, taken the hardest classes possible while maintaining great grades. But in order to earn a Full-Ride Scholarship, which is the goal of this site, there is far more to do.
Step-by-step strategies adopted by successful scholarship recipients are explained in detail in my book, Free College, on Amazon. Click HERE to buy.
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