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Demonstrate financial need?

Discussion in 'Financial Aid' started by BATiger, Apr 24, 2007.

  1. BATiger

    BATiger Member

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    I am applying for a scholarship that has as one of it's requirements, "Must demonstrate financial need." Well, I am a 2nd yr med student with no job and my tuition is 43K per year. I really don't know how else to tell them that I am poor. But isn't everyone in that same situation? Any ideas on how to make my application stand out more? ( I really am super poor, no support from parents, savings accounts.... living on loans!)

    Thank you for your help!
     
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  3. dpmd

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    That usually means they are going to ask for financial info (probably including your parents even if they aren't giving you a dime). There isn't really anything you can do for that aspect.
     
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