What do both National and Local Scholarships frequently require? ESSAYS!
Must not only be interesting and well-written, but must address the specific nature of the scholarship itself, and answer in a clear, decisive way any question that may be asked in the scholarship application. Sometimes these questions are very explicit: “Why do you deserve this scholarship?” To be quite frank, even less direct questions, like “What does being a Polish-American mean to you?” or “What is the most important lesson you have learned as a high school student?” or “How do you think your education has prepared you to enter the field of engineering?” all require you to answer: “Why do you deserve this scholarship?” Persuasion is the goal of scholarship essays. Remember: even though there may be fewer applicants for a specific scholarship than for your favorite college, frequently there is only ONE winner.
Writing scholarship essays may seem like a daunting task, especially with the busy lives of most students, but remember this: the more essays you write, the easier it becomes. Practice will not only improve your writing, but improve your chances at winning the scholarship you need to afford college.
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