Money Matters Quiz
Take this quiz to test your knowledge about money and financial aid knowledge related to college!
What are the costs to attend college?
Tuition, housing, books, pet supplies, clothes, and shoes.
Tuition, school supplies, food, transportation.
Tuition, housing and meals, fees, books, transportation, living expenses.
Pizza, tuition, a new car, money for social activities, and pet supplies.
How will you pay for college?
Choose all the answers that are true for you.
My parents will pay for it.
I'm going to use scholarships and grants.
I'm going to borrow student loans.
I have absolutely no idea. I've never discussed this with my parents.
I had no idea college was going to cost me money.
What is the name of the financial aid application?
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Financial Aid Application For Students (FAAFS)
Free Student Application for School Aid (FSAFS)
Financial Aid For Student Athletes (FAFSA)
When should you complete your first FAFSA?
October 1 of my freshman year of college.
October 1 of my Senior year of high school.
January 1 of my Senior year of high school.
Whenever I'm admitted to the college I most want to attend.
How many times should you complete a FAFSA?
Every other year I want to go to college.
Before every year I attend college.
What is financial aid?
All of the above
Where does financial aid come from?
College or University you attend (Institutional Aid)
All of the above.
Is FAFSA the only financial aid application?
When can you start applying for private scholarships?
After my freshman year of college.
October 1 of my senior year of high school.
Right now, until I graduate from college.
When should you expect to begin receiving financial aid award offers from schools?
The day after I complete the FAFSA.
Within two weeks of completing the FAFSA.
December of my senior year.
After I decide where I will attend college.
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