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I don't have my GED or high school diploma, and I am wanting to attend online classes, but I need student loans and free application and classes. Can you help me.

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Asked by sni2009 Thursday Oct 8th 2009 in Student Loans
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When it comes to getting your GED I would suggest you do it locally. There are likely a number of local schools in your area that offer GED training as well as the exam.

Once you have your GED you will be prepared for joining an online degree program. As for free online application, there are a couple of universities that do not require an application fee, but not that many. However, application fees are only around $25-$50, and most people only apply to around 3-4 institution so the cost is not that high.

When it comes to funding your education there are a number of ways to do this. Here are two links that will be of some help in finding way to fund you education: Online Financial Aid & Grants and Scholarships

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