Zachary Freeman of Nashville, Tennessee has written a book worth thousands. Actually, the book is worth a few dollars, but the information is worth thousands.
Citing his own experience, Zachary lays out a ten-step plan for the prospective college student: from spanning research for the college of your choice, to applying to colleges, to utilizing your guidance office, to searching for scholarship opportunities, to applying for scholarships, to receiving admission decisions, to completing your FAFSA, to receiving scholarship decisions, to accepting awards, to maintaining scholarships. OK, I just described for you the entire book.
Besides the information, the cash value off the book is FAQ's, the Timeline & Checklist, and the Worksheets. Other than holding your hand directly, I don't know how Zachary can make these thousands of free dollars any more accessible.
When I mulled through Mr. Freeman's book, I could not help but to think I was experiencing the encapsulation of antiquated wisdom from Sun Tsu's "When you hear a clap of thunder, it is too late to cover your ears" to Stonewall Jackson's "Endeavor to do well everything you undertake" to Tradition's "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
Every high school student who plans to attend college but who does not know how he is going to pay for it needs to read this book. I will say that again: every high school student who plans to attend college but who does not know how he is going to pay for it needs to read this book.
If you are a high school student and you are reading this post and you do not purchase Zachary's book, then you might find yourself biting your nails to the quick and fighting panic attacks the summer before college.
If you are a parent and you are reading this post and you do not purchase Zachary's book, then you must be rich!
Here is Zachary's book information:
FREE MONEY PLEASE:
The Ten Step Guide to College Financial Aid