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If the second child is at an institution with comparable tuition/fees they continue to meet 100% of need but build the award with the assumption of 60% of the EFC allocated to Wes.
Grants and merit scholarship are the mechanisms used to do so, a not an indicator of applicant "superpowers".
If subsidized loans are awarded based on need, Is there an advantage to choosing a school that seems to value our need higher?