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FAFSA Correction

Discussion in 'Financial Aid' started by pineapple, Apr 9, 2007.

  1. pineapple

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    I just did my 1080A and realized I had a bunch of stuff on my FAFSA wrong. This was my first time doing a FAFSA so I was confused and messed a few things up. I went back and corrected it to match my 1080A.

    Do you get into any type of trouble if you have to correct FAFSAs and all, or is it ok?

    Also, what's the most money you can have and still have an EFC of 0?
     
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  3. Lesley

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    No, I'm sure you won't get into any trouble. It's not too difficult to be confused the first time or even subsequent times filling out a FAFSA. Sorry, I can't answer the second question for you. Good Luck
     
  4. pineapple

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    Well I just got my finaid award today, so I guess it doesn't matter!
     
  5. Lesley

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    Great! Chances are any corrections wouldn't have made a difference anyway. Good Luck!
     

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