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    After scholarships, need-based grants, and savings, student loans are the next funding source for most students. Use our student loan checklist to make the smartest moves with your student loans:

    1. Consider all federal student loans?

      Federal student loans generally have lower interest rates, better repayment options, and less fees than private student loans. Apply for federal student aid for free with the FAFSA (you can also use our step-by-step FAFSA guide to walk you through the process.

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      One of the best ways to get a lower private student loan rate is to apply with a cosigner (usually a parent or guardian).

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      Use our search tool above to shop around for the best interest rates, repayment options, and loan terms.

    4. Understand the financial implications of student loan debt

      Student loans can have big financial consequences for students. Take some time to understand how much your monthly loan repayments will be when you graduate.

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      How much student loan debt is too much

      How long does it take to pay for student loans

    5. Don’t take out more student loans than you need

      Taking out student loans is actually very easy, but don’t fall into the trap of taking out more money than you need. Remember, with the interest rate, this money will wind up costing you much more in the long run.

      Related: Finding the best student loan interest rates

    6. Don’t be afraid to ask questions

      This final step might be the most important! If you have any questions or concerns, be sure to reach out to a financial aid officer at your college or your school counselor. Taking out student loans is a big financial decision and something you don’t want to do lightly!

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