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  1. How To Write A Scholarship Essay Created by

  2. A scholarship essay is one of the necessary elements of an academic application. The purpose of this essay type is to persuade an imaginary reader that you are well-prepared for a scholarship grant.

  3. 1. Choosing A Topic Suppose you have to write a scholarship essay about yourself. What can be easier? Everybody knows about himself / herself more than anything else. However, many students face some problems while writing a scholarship about themselves.

  4. To write an interesting and original scholarship essay about yourself, try not to write everything what you remember since your babyhood. It is appropriate for an autobiography, but not for a scholarship essay. Concentrate on the brightest moments of your life. Mention only those facts which are really outstanding, something that helps stand out from the crowd.

  5. 2. Thinking about the Audience Of course, your piercing on the left eyebrow is cool and really selects you from other boys and girls. Your friends know that you are tough guy. They respect you, knowing that you have done your piercing by yourself. However, you’d better withhold this fact, if you have to write a scholarship essay. An adequate teacher is unlikely to estimate the risk on your health positively. Try to show yourself from the best side for the teachers.

  6. 3. Writing a Scholarship Essay “To show yourself from the best side” doesn’t mean “to boast of something”. It is a talent to be a modest and sufficient person concurrently. Write about your positive traits, but don’t overestimate their role. Mention that you have a gift (if you really have it), but don’t overvalue it.

  7. Demonstrate that you are able to be happy because of little things. For example, if you have an absolute musical ear, don’t say that you are the best violinist or singer in your town. You’d better note that your musical gift gives you an everyday opportunity to enjoy the sounds of nature. Be original in describing your own person!

  8. P.S. Don’t forget about the following requirements: approximately 2 or 3 pages, double spaced, Times New Roman and 12 point font, 1 inch for top, bottom, right and left margins.

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