Free Summary: The Internet, Social Networking Sites, and Email
The internet can be an indispensable tool in your college application process if you use caution. If you find something interesting, be sure the source is reliable. For example, YouTube has a plethora of college admission videos, but you need to try to assess the credibility of the material. Never input any personal information or pay any fee without knowing that the source is valid and secure. Beware of scholarship and other scams, especially when they charge money and make unrealistic promises. Be on the lookout for sites that mimic their real counterparts, such as www.fafsa.com instead of the real one: www.fafsa.ed.gov or www.commonap.org instead of the real www.commonapp.org. Check out www.finaid.org/scholarships/scams.phtml and www.snopes.com to help you identify illegitimate sites and emails
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