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Exclamation college - February 26th 2010, 12:16 AM

do they have scholarships for ppl with bpd or anything like ptsd anxiety stuff like that cuz i have that plus my college i am goin to is pricey! help pls!

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Re: college - February 26th 2010, 12:21 AM

There are pretty much scholarships out there for just about anything under the sun. Now how much they are going to award you and how likely you are to get them is the thing. There are a few different websites you can register with to check for scholarships.


Out of those I have used collegeboard. It actually has a lot of really nice features. Basically you just have to do the work and hunt for them. Most scholarship searches are very specific and tailored to the user. So you are going to have to look for yourself. Good luck!

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Re: college - February 26th 2010, 07:31 PM

Hi there Sammie,

Lizzie has already pointed out some links that may be very helpful for you to look at and they seem very informative, so do check those out!
I think it may also be a good idea to talk to someone at your school or a careers advisor who may be able to give you some extra guidance with this issue.
If you have a specific college in mind, I'm sure that contacting them about scholarships would be helpful, too.

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