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How to Go to College Almost for Free
by staff writer, April 13, 2005
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This is the ultimate scholarship toolbox with four essential scholarship resources--an aggressive "how-to" guide that teaches the techniques of top scholarship winners, a directory of scholarship prizes, and a library of winning essays, applications, support letters and other sample materials.

How to go to College Almost for Free will show you:

  •  10 essential action steps for finding scholarship gold
  •  7 scholarship myths that prevent student from winning
  •  16 guerilla tactics that give you the strategic edge
  •  7 powerful ways that concerned parents can help

    Publisher Marketing

    • Publisher: HarperResource
    • US SRP: $ 22.00   US  
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Pub Date: September 2001

    Publisher Marketing: Make your educational dreams come true!

    Worried about how to pay for college? Afraid of drowning in a sea of student debt? Sure, Ben Kaplan once felt that way too. But that was before he discovered that there are billions of scholarship dollars out there for students with all types of interests, skills, and backgrounds. After winning enough college cash to cover virtually the entire cost of his dream school, he's written an indispensable guide that shows you how to stake your own scholarship claim.

    Now in this fully revised and updated edition, Ben distills his proven step-by-step game plan that positions you to win big money for college -- regardless of your age, GPA, financial situation, or family background. With humor and insight, he reveals insider secrets for successfully finding, applying for, and winning lucrative scholarship awards -- empowering you with the information, inspiration, and know-how to afford the college of your choice and realize your educational dreams.

    Special Note: As a valued reader of this book, you also receive access to the Coach's Locker Room at Ben Kaplan's website. The Coach's Locker Room provides a wealth of bonus material, updates to information contained in "How to Go to College Almost for Free, question and answer postings, and other helpful resources. 

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