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What is the most frustrating thing about applying for scholarships?

I am in the process of doing this now and I want your opinion. #colleges #students

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Wael’s Answer

Putting so much effort into them then not getting them! .... Alexandria, it is going to pass ... Just do your best and hopefully you are going to graduate with a great degree and end up with a great career :)

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Uma’s Answer

It is always going to be in your best interest to thoroughly review the requirements for a scholarship's eligibility before getting started with the application. Look out for key criteria to ensure you qualify and ask yourself a few questions before getting started (ex: Is this scholarship based on financial need? Do I have to be a certain year in school to apply? Do I need to have a certain major?).
I recommend looking for scholarships that are offered by groups and organizations that are local to your area as well if you are looking to increase your likelihood of getting them as there will be less competition than some of the larger national scholarships.
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LaTecia’s Answer

1. Complete the FASFA: studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa
2. Investigate scholarship opportunities: https://www.irisewellness.com/scholarship
3. On-campus jobs are now available at the college you're considering.
Scholarship
1. Describe your needs for a scholarship and who you are in a general essay.
2. Do some research into the organization providing the scholarship.
3. Type in some of the company's language. Company: Talk about the wellbeing or making a difference, for instance. How could this scholarship enable you to have a positive impact: perhaps the "Helping People" career choice.  Maybe it will allow you to focus more on school, so you do not have the added stress of finances.
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