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January 17, 2007


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While it may be true that applying earlier than the regular deadline for the regular deadline can make you more likely to get financial aid money, please note that this is not the same thing as "applying early"--that is, applying for the Early Application deadline, usually in October or November. Because early application is binding, the college tends to give out lower aid packages, since students can't opt out after receiving an (provably) grossly inadequate.

Excuse me, the last bit there got garbled. That should have read: students can't opt out after receiving an inadequate aid package unless it's (provably) grossly inadequate.

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