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Less, if any, I understand. University of Cincinnati states "Those applicants for whom institutional financial aid is a prerequisite should apply instead under the regular admissions process." But then again, in-state tuition is only 19k. Not sure about other schools though, but in general I imagine less because you are likely below the median.
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Unless a school specifically gives scholarships to ED people, money when you ED is unlikely. Thnk about it: if you need to ED because of your numbers, your numbers are probably not good enough for money.