Scholarship Mom Tip #26: It’s Okay to Namedrop

– Scholarship Mom, Monica Matthews, provides Tip #26, for student success at winning scholarships. This week: namedrop the name of the university you hope to attend.

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Include the university name!

Somewhere in the body of the scholarship essay, students should mention the
name of the university that he or she hopes to attend. 

 If the student is unsure or not yet admitted,
they can pick their first choice university and discuss how the scholarship
money will help them pay for the college of their dreams. 

Scholarship judges appreciate when students
share personal information, as it helps them to get to know the student on a
deeper level and gives them more reasons to pick the student to receive their scholarship
money.


Monica Matthews, Scholarship MomMonica Matthews is our favorite scholarship mom! After helping her son win $100,000 in scholarships for his college education, she founded How2WinScholarships.com to share what she learned along the way and now she’s sharing her tips with SmartCollegeVisit!

 

 

Author: Monica Matthews

Monica Matthews is our favorite scholarship mom! After helping her son win $100,000 in scholarships for his college education, she founded How2WinScholarships.com to share what she learned along the way and now she's sharing her tips with Smart College Visit!

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