Most scholarships require the applicants to write an essay explaining why they should be awarded the scholarship or "why am I deserving of a scholarship". So, how should you write an essay explaining "why should we give you this scholarship" or why you should be awarded the scholarship? To answer the question of "why are you applying for this scholarship" adequately, you should tell the scholarship committee all the strengths that make you a good fit for the scholarship. Some of the things that you can say include being hard working, a good leader, a team player, and persistent. However, simply saying those things is not enough as reasons for applying for a scholarship. You should draw examples from your own life to illustrate those strengths.
The older of my daughter is a senior college student now and the young one will be a freshman college student in this a fall semester both depend on us financially. My husband is the only person that bring the money to the house I am a house wife and a part time college student too. I am the responsible for distributing the money between all the house and family. I 'm a college student on a typical college student 's budget, and I moved into my apartment about a year ago.
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