Other than Fastweb, you might try https://thescholarshipsystem.com/blog-for-students-families/8-best-websites-find-scholarships/ - however it can be really rough. Your guidance counselor might be able to help. Your best bet if you really don't have the money and don't qualify for merit aid from the college you're applying to is to maybe consider going part time and getting a job or go to community college for 2 years, live at home, get excellent grades and then you might qualify for merit aid with a really good GPA. You could also join the military so that when you get out, you can get help with college or work until you are 24, then you will get help based on your income. You can claim independent status at 24 without FAFSA taking into account your parent's income. If you are going for nursing, then taking out loans will work since you'll make enough to pay them back. But don't take out large loans if you're going to be an English or Psych major.
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