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Contact them directly and get it straightened out, no big deal, I have done that too!

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Yes, absolutely! Unless strings are pulled of course!

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It's totally unnecessary , trust me. All that matters is your expected family contribution & whatever you & your family have! In my case, it wasn't much but I went to college for 7 years abc graduated with no debt. I worked 45-50 hours per week and went to school at a more than "full time" academic load. I couldn't get anything as far as financial aid but my parents had no money, so I got a full time job and paid for it as I went each semester. That's not my attempt at saying I'm so great, truth be told I regret it, but I did what I had to do. You can get anywhere you want to be. Yes, you can go to Harvard, MIT, Columbia, Georgetown, or a local school is fine, Best of Luck! I truly mean that. Follow me and ask me anything, anytime: I'll tell you or anyone every mistake or bad decision I ever made and will only hope that you or so done out there can learn something from my experiences. I'm here, if you have college questions, I know how to do it at a minimal expense. I graduated and owed $236, from 5 years previous, I'll be glad to help if I can!!!
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You'll receive an award letter in the mail and online, when you do contact the financial aid department and ask about how their process for obtaining books and other supplies covered by financial aid works, it varies from school to school but you'll get ages your books well before you actually need them!
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Financial aid | Answered on Mar 21, 2019


Nothing to worry about, you've completed it and are awaiting results, just be patient.
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Financial aid | Answered on Mar 21, 2019


I assume your looking for a less expensive phone company. Try going with a prepaid phone carrier that allows you to buy a monthly card with a certain amount of minutes per month.

Financial aid | Answered on Mar 07, 2019


Hello, Samkelisiwe -

I have no idea why you chose Fixya.com, a website intended for asking and answering questions on how to go about REPAIRING THINGS, to ask you question about the South African National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS).

This is the link to the NSFAS home page:
http://www.nsfas.org.za/content/index.html

See the email address at the top right of the home page,
info@nsfas.org.za
Send an email with your question.

Right now, it seems the link for My NSFAS Account (orange "button" in the upper right corner of the home page) is down.

Best wishes.

Financial aid | Answered on Mar 01, 2019


Your card provider will tell you. Contact your bank.

Financial aid | Answered on Feb 26, 2019


Hello, Siphenkosi -

I have no idea why you chose to post your question on Fixya.com, a website intended for asking and answering questions on how to REPAIR THINGS.

For questions on the South African National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NFSAS), I suggest you ask a trusted teacher or administrator at your current or former secondary school.

You can also call the NSFAS offices (during weekday office hours) and talk with a real person. See the telephone numbers listed in the lower right corner of this web page in the Connect column:
http://www.nsfas.org.za/content/

Best wishes.

Financial aid | Answered on Feb 17, 2019


Apply for one online

Financial aid | Answered on Feb 07, 2019


All depends: could be just arrears that u may pay back after 1-2-3 month and you will be always beyond(unless you can manage to pay this in one go.. then if you still don't pay the creditor start to contact you to see if you can afford to repay this arrears if you still ignore or don't pay the creditors pass your account ( mean your loan, mortgage,credit card) to legal actioner to try to settle your debts so if you still avoid this step your account go in default and at this stage your credit score go down a lot and to improve your credit score will be so hard and will be long term ( I believe that a default will disappear from your credit score after 5-6 year so at this point as a says if you need help financially most lender will decline your application.

Financial aid | Answered on Jan 25, 2019


Hello, Nombuso -
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Fixya.com, where you posted your question, is a website intended for asking and answering questions on how to go about REPAIRING THINGS.

Fixya has no affiliation with the National Student Financial Aid (NSFAS, in South Africa.)

I suggest you make a telephone call to NSFAS, during weekday office hours, so you can speak with a real person about your situation. See the Contact Us page for NSFAS here:
http://www.nsfas.org.za/content/contact.html

I am answering from the USA. I chose to answer as a kindness.

Best wishes.

Financial aid | Answered on Jan 16, 2019


Contact nsfas

Financial aid | Answered on Jan 08, 2019

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