Applying for 'Need-Base Aid' as a transfer

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    So I am wondering if indicating that you intend to apply for need-base financial aid at the school you want to transfer to will hurt your chances of getting in? I know that for Brown, on their transfer website they state that “Financial aid for transfer applicants is limited.” but what exactly does that mean for me as an applicant? If I do receive financial aid, should I expect it to be a lot less than what I am receiving at my current school? Should I start saving up now?

    here’s no way that I’d be able to afford any college without financial assistance. Does any one have any experience with this? At Brown or at any other four year school?

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