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You'll want to apply your Type-A personality traits to the job of finding and then successfully applying for scholarships. I did, and it really helped my college-bound kids.
Scholarships and grants now pay for almost one-third of higher education costs. But you have to keep looking throughout your college career.
A new survey says parental contributions dropped 35% in the past 3 years. Grants and scholarships -- and smarter choices -- are filling the gap.
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