Preparing your scholarship is as easy as making a list. As you can see, it only requires a little time and self examination to produce a solid resume of your personal academic accomplishments. Once you have finished compiling your resume, make it a habit to periodically update it whenever something relevant can be added. For example, if, after completing your resume, you should win a scholarship or increase your GPA standing you will want to add that to your list of accomplishments. Keep your scholarship resume relevant and up to date, and you will be ready to tackle any and all scholarship or college admission applications.
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On this site, we have tried to take the intimidation out of the essay-writing process by providing step-by-step guidelines that we and our friends found useful in our own application processes. While we concentrate on Statements of Purpose for graduate schools, this site will also be of some use to undergraduate applicants and to those writing essays as part of the application process.