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What to do after the FAFSA is filed
Once you have completed your FAFSA and submitted it, you will get an initial estimate of your financial aid eligibility:
The EFC or Expected Family Contribution printed on this page, assuming that the FAFSA filing went well, is a small part of your overall financial aid. This page also contains all your confirmation data, so make sure you print a copy or two for your records. Take note below your confirmation information - for parents of dependent students, there's an option to reuse all the parental information in a new FAFSA application, helping to reduce the amount of time you will spend on filing the FAFSA for siblings. Finally, you will find a listing of the school(s) you selected and their graduation, retention, and transfer rates:
This concludes our tour of the 2012-2013 FAFSA Form! Now that you've read the entire guide, get started filing your FAFSA!