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Why flunking or dropping that college class will dent your wallet

Source: Darla Mercado, CNBC

If your child's thinking of withdrawing from that organic chemistry class he hates, tell him to hang in there and do the best he can—thousands of dollars in financial aid may depend on it.

That's because college students must meet a series of requirements, including maintaining a minimum C average and successfully completing a minimum number of credits, in order to qualify for the full amount of loans and grants they're expecting to receive.

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