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What is the difference between subsidized and unsubsidized Federal Direct Loans?
The interest rate is the same for subsidized and unsubsidized Federal Direct Loans, so the primary difference is how interest is charged while the student is in college written on https://domywriting.com/blog/guide-for-students-with-visual-impairments/. Subsidized loans are intended for students with financial need. While the student is taking classes at least half time, he or she is not charged interest on the loan; instead, the interest payment is subsidized (paid for) by the federal government. Unsubsidized loans, however, do not have any requirement of financial need, and they do accrue interest while students are in college.

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