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Scholarship tips: How to win a full scholarship to college

    scholarWinning a full scholarship to college, doesn’t have to be very difficult. In this post, we have highlighted proven scholarship tips that can land you a full ride /free scholarship into top universities across the world.

    • Maintain a very good grade-point average. If you want to qualify for a full ride scholarship from an NGO or a university, you need to demonstrate your academic excellence primarily by maintaining very good grades. Most scholarships have a bench mark of 3.3 or 3.5 GPA, but to be on the safer side, you’ll need to amass a GPA of 4.0 to really stand out. During your time in high school, please work on keeping your grades very high.
    • Do a lot of extracurricular activities. When evaluating scholarship applicants, scholarship boards usually look for well-rounded students with excellent presences and personalities. In addition to excelling academically, joining a school club or starting an organization can help to demonstrate that you’re a serious in and outside of classroom.

    (3)Write a power personal statement. Before you start working on scholarship applications, you must start developing a powerful personal statement that you can use to apply to colleges and scholarship organizations, and ensure you tailor these essays to specific scholarship questions as the need may arise. Note that your personal statement should introduce you to the organization by explaining your interests, goals, and aspirations. Many people use the personal statement to describe an obstacle overcome or a challenge met.

    • Avoid using your personal essay to list things that can be easily found on your resume. Instead, use the personal statement to highlight your goals and your personal connection to those achievements and events. Where do you want to go from here? The personal statement should address that question primarily.
    • Revise your personal statement every time you submit it. You shouldn’t use a single blanket statement that you send everywhere, instead choosing to do a little bit of digging and make your personal statement specific to the institution to which you’re applying. How does your mission fit in with this school? With this scholarship organization?
    • Personal statements aren’t the best time to start experimenting with form. You don’t need to write an experimental meta-short-story full of $20 vocab words to try and trick the admissions board into thinking they’ve got a genius on their hands. Write with concision. Use the thesaurus sparingly.

    (4)Highlight your disadvantages. You didn’t attend a prestigious high school. You hated reading in school when you were younger. Your parents never attended college. These aren’t things you should hide on your application; these are events you should highlight on your application. Scholarships are usually awarded to high achieving students who’ve went through a lot to get through to where they’ve gotten to and not students who were handed a silver spoon. Don’t be disturbed whether or not your essay application will look prestigious , just ensure you’ve made it true to you and your experience.




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