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    • 10 FAFSA Completion Facebook PostsThe earlier you fill out your FAFSA, the better. Many schools award financial aid on a first come, first served basis. Checkout these tips on filling out the FAFSA: http://1.usa.gov/QNGQLsPhoto: http://www.flickr.com/photos/federalstudentaid/8283846737/in/photostreamDid you know that, on average, it takes 28 minutes to complete the FAFSA? Thats right! With time-saving features such asthe ability to pull your tax information directly from the IRS, you can complete the FAFSA faster than it takes to watch yourfavorite TV show. This "FAFSA Overview" video will walk you through the process: http://bit.ly/ZL6PDqIf youre interested in financial aid for college or career school, youre going to need to fill out the Free Application for FederalStudent Aid or FAFSA. It takes most people about 30 minutes to complete online--and the best part is that its 100% FREE.It provides you with access to grants, loans, and work-study funds from the federal government. Plus, many colleges andstates use FAFSA information to provide their own college or state financial aid. Some aid is first come, first served, somake sure to complete the FAFSA early. The FAFSA can be completed online at www.fafsa.gov and help is providedthroughout the online application process.Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/federalstudentaid/8262203624/in/photostreamEven if you or your parents have not completed your taxes yet, you can still submit the FAFSA using income estimates. Justremember to go in and correct your FAFSA once youve filed. Here’s how: http://1.usa.gov/15P0WsYPhoto: http://www.flickr.com/photos/federalstudentaid/8262203672/in/photostreamTaking summer classes? Ask the financial aid office at your school if you should complete the 2012-13 FAFSA or the 2013-14 FAFSA. (By the way, you definitely need the 2013-14 FAFSA for the fall, so submit it now!) www.fafsa.govIf you listed a school on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have been offered admission by thatschool, the financial aid office at the school will send you an aid offer (often electronically). The offer includes the types andamounts of financial aid you may receive from federal, state, private, and school sources. This combination of aid is yourfinancial aid package. If youve applied to several schools, be sure to compare financial aid packages to see which schoolwill be the most affordable. This can help you compare: http://1.usa.gov/YbW0vYPhoto: http://www.flickr.com/photos/federalstudentaid/8558654551/in/photostreamCollege students: You must complete a new FAFSA each school year. If you have completed FAFSA in the past, a lot ofyour info rolls over. If you have forgotten you PIN, you can "Request a Duplicate PIN" by going to www.pin.ed.gov. But,hurry! Some financial aid is first-come, first-served, so complete the FAFSA as soon as possible to maximize your financialaid: www.fafsa.gov.Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/federalstudentaid/8262203776/in/photostreamEver asked this question when thinking about completing the FAFSA? Well, heres some information on how your financialaid is calculated: http://1.usa.gov/ZMQmic, but youll never really know until you apply: www.fafsa.gov.Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/federalstudentaid/8558659633/in/photostream
    • Listen to the kitten!Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/federalstudentaid/8558662711/in/photostreamDid you know that you can automatically import your tax info from the IRS into your FAFSA? Hereshow: http://1.usa.gov/X5PenHPhoto: http://www.flickr.com/photos/federalstudentaid/8262203316/in/photostream