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Candy H Said,
December 9th, 2013 @7:50 am  

I think you should omit your mother’s illness otherwise it’s perfect!

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Supercell Said,
December 9th, 2013 @8:15 am  

Sounds like you chose schools that are too expensive for you. You may be in love with the school, but you can’t afford it. They aren’t going to give you more financial aid just because you write them a letter. Federal aid is limited and cannot be increased. If the school already offered you additional aid, that’s it. You’re welcome to try, but don’t get your hopes up.

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Dylan Said,
December 9th, 2013 @8:46 am  

It sounds great. But what you have to understand is that no school can be 100% free. a $17,000 gap is indeed fairly large but they might not be able to give you much more since they have a budget. You have to view college as a investment in yourself. Your first choice school seems better for what you want to major in. You seem very ambitious and you will work hard in school resulting in a good career after you graduate. With a job you will be able to pay off any loans that you have. Best of luck and I hope the letter will knock a couple $$$ off.

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