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I looked at the local cost of college tuition here in the USA,

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I looked at the local cost of college tuition here in the USA, California.

I'm at odds at how to raise a couple thousand dollars when I start from nothing. My parents have no capital. If you have finished college before, how did you do it?
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Financial Aid, BOG waiver.

I'm a poor Mexican in LA enrolled in Community College. They give you more than you need for basic food/health services.

Don't skip out on it.
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>>17015044
If you're smart, get a scholarship. If you're not, spend the first two years at a CC, living at home, commuting and working at least part time to cover expenses.
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>>17015462
You don't need to be smart to get scholarships. You just need to know how to answer a question within one page. Easy money.

Do your time at CC, and if you live with your parents, please live with your parents. Living expenses will take a big hit on you.
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Go to CC for the first two years, if your family is really that poor the financial aid you get should cover all of your expenses. Once you get to a Uni either take out some debt or just accrue money while you're in CC
Also, try to find PDF versions of your books online instead of renting/buying, it will save you tons of money since most classes don't require you to bring the book to class so there's no point in a physical copy
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>>17015490
and like I said, they give you generous financial aid if you're really broke. Not enough to pay rent, but enough to not ask for money from your parents if you do so.
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>>17015489
I want scholarships

What do you by giving them the right answer
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