If you get admitted to Harvard, financial aid will not likely be a problem. Harvard, as well as many of the Ivys have undertaken a financial aid intiative in which all admitted students, whose parents earn incomes under $60000 will recieve financial compensation generous enough that their parents don't have to pay a cent, or they have to pay very, very little.
I would suggest checking with the school as well as making sure that you fill out the financial aid application (due in Jan/Feb) which is separate from the actual application for admissions. You should recieve information regarding financial aid during or after you application process, but if not, it is simple to find out more on their website.
I have included some links below that you may find helpful! Good luck!
learn to speak English properly
Start by taking a remedial english course.
Learn to spell or at least use spell check, otherwise I'd forget about Harvard.
Go back to school and learn how to spell. In addition, learn how to structure a question properly.
Learn that "wanna" isn't a correct word
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Begin by taking a remedial course in spelling and grammar...
See for yourself. Good luck.
read and do research on what kind of stuff they teach.
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