Two General Types of Scholarships:
- Fee Waivers
- Cash Awards
- Where Used
- How They are Used
- When They are Used
Specific Types of Scholarships:
- They Must Know Who You Are
- Do Something Different Than Your Peers
- Word It in a Way It will be Read
Seperate Scholarships in Two Categories:
- Require Writing Portion/Essay
- No Writing Portion/Essay
Sort Scholarships By:
- Due Date
- Priority/Likelihood of Winning/Value
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