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Hey! What are some recommendations for scholarship sites to start applying? I've looked at Big Future, but sorting through the thousands of colleges is a little difficult, especially when most don't apply to me. Any help is appreciated!

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a month ago

Bold.org, Niche, Scholarships360, Scholarships.com, Collegexpress, RaiseMe (if you know what colleges you're interested in; they show how much the college will give you upon application), FastWeb (if you are 16+ years old; great website, but there is a age limit), Unigo, Appily, ScholarshipOwl...and I am sure there are more :)

The no-essay scholarships are nice, but thousands of students enter them. It is a better use of your time and effort to enter scholarships that require something of you. This is another way you can practice essay writing. But there are also scholarships specific to your interests and demographics. Eg, if you are interested in agriculture, there are agriculture scholarships. Or, if you are from another country you can enter scholarships meant for students from the specific nation. Some websites you can check out are Bold.org, Scholarship points, Scholarship360, Collegexpress, Niche, and there are many more! But don't get so distracted by scholarships that your grades go down. Pace yourself. High school is a game of balance!

Hope this helps and lmk if you have any questions.

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a month ago

Scholly can match you to a lot of different scholarships from various other platforms. I also like Bold.org, but I feel like so many students apply for Bold scholarships that newer users don't have much of a chance.

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