Discuss various money matters here. Loans (federal and private), scholarships, lottery winnings, or other school finance related information and queries.
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mylifeis24 wrote:My EFC on the FAFSA is listed as 001250. Is this $1,250? Or am I missing something?
Yes, it means your EFC is $1,250. That's typically low enough to qualify for need-based aid, if your school offers any to graduate students.
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My EFC came out to 0. The thing I don't get is that on the FAFSA I qualify as an independent student so I'm assuming its not taking into account my parents income (even though I entered it). Is this correct? In this case, wouldn't this number basically not matter for law schools since they ARE going to take into account my parents income?
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