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Where can I find the best scholarship for someone going into an Undergrad school?

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28 days ago

I would start by going to your guidance counselor. They can look into your academics and future plans for more personalized scholarships. Look into any scholarship that your future school offers as well. Typically, you can apply for multiple general scholarships as a first-time freshman as well as a couple departmental scholarships based on the major you have chosen. Next, I'd look at scholarships from big corporations such as Coca-Cola and Hershey's. They tend to give out multiple high reward scholarships. The best piece of advice I can give however is to look at scholarship search websites such as CollegeVine. I have been using Niche, Scholarship Owl, Scholarship Universe, and FastWeb. These work the same as CollegeVine in the sense that you make a profile and they suggest scholarship "matches." Good luck out there! Apply for as many scholarships as you can!

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29 days ago

I ask my guidance counselor. Usually they will have some information about scholarships in your state and might even know some that aren't well known o they could be easier to win. Also look at websites like niche and there are also some on collegevine. I am looking for scholarships right now as well and understand the struggle.

Good luck!

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29 days ago

There are a lot of websites you can use such as GoingMerry, Niche, or Scholly. There are scholarships I've applied to such as the Coca-Cola Scholarship, GE-Reagan Scholarship, and the Gates Scholarship. Depending on the state you live in they could possibly have a website for scholarships that are only available to residents of that state so you could possibly look into that.

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