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Q:I have a child and a part-time job, but I live with my parents. Must I provide my parents' financial information when I apply for student aid?
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It depends on how much you contribute to your child's support.

  • If you provide less than half of your child's support, then you must include your parents' financial information when you apply for student aid. You will not be eligible to receive aid if you do not include this information.
  • If you provide more than half of your child's support, then you need to report only your own income, not your parents'. Your school's Financial Aid Office may require you to provide evidence that you do in fact provide more than half of the child's support.

For more specific details about whether you should include your parents' financial information when you apply for student aid, visit FAFSA® on the Web.

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Anyone can be a polymath as long as he or she has the right motivation.

A polymath is not necessarily a brain. In fact, a polymath usually does not think of his or herself as being particularly smart, only curious. Curiosity and interest are the true motivation for work, both intellectual work and the nitty gritty of hands on inventing. Thomas Edison said that genius is 99% perspiration and 1% inspiration. He had a passion for getting his hands dirty, for tinkering, for inventing through trial and error. The polymath makes lots of mistakes. This is how new sciences are created.

The brain requires constant exercise and continues to develop throughout life. The polymath tries to exercise all parts of the brain. It is more than just acquiring general knowledge, not essentially memorization.

Yes for all standards from VII to XII including all entrance tests/ admission tests in between and after XII i.e., Entrance Tests for all UG Programs.

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