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Were you a party kid in college, drinking large pints of beer, attending parties and hanging out with members of the opposite sex? Or you were just a bookworm who was addicted to your books and wanted to reach higher academic heights.

Either way, financing your college education was done one way or the other. Whether you attended a less expensive state school or some flashy ivy league school.




You are likely to be in tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loan debt just about when you start seeking a job, apartment and other starters after school, your first student loan bill arrives in the mail and the reality of having to repay all that amount starts to hit you.

Things can’t get any worse if you have multiple loans, meaning you have to make multiple simultaneous payments every month. There is some good news if you are eligible for private student loan consolidation.

If you have more than 1 student loan with a private lender then you qualify to consolidate your student loan. During consolidation, your interest rate is calculated by adding the current prime rate and your credit score but your credit lender also has a say in how much interest you will be paying now.

So, how do you get the best bank to consolidate your private student loan?

Research about 3 to 5 banks who are specialists in private student loan consolidation. Look out for the best offers on the table. Then visit their websites and learn more about them. Finally apply to about 3 of the researched banks.

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