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How do schools decide on merit-based scholarships?

They seem a little bit mysterious and I just want to de-mystify the whole thing. #college-admissions

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Hi,
Sorry, I have no specific answer for you..just wanted to mention that most colleges have their own criteria for awarding merit based scholarships and they vary from school to school and can depend on a lot of factors...your major, your individual skills, etc.
Good luck!


I found this on a google search and it sums up merit based scholarships very well:
Merit-based scholarships and need-based scholarships are two types of financial aid awarded to college students. Merit-based scholarships are awarded based on individual achievements, such as academic, athletic or artistic accomplishments.

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