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3 months ago
Paying for College

Looking for fully funded scholarship

Im a senior high school and graduating next year. I have a 4.0 gpa and not so lot extracurricular. i see a lot of post about fully funded scholarship but i dont really know how to start and where to start applying. im also an international students please help😭

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3 months ago

Hi! There's a full ride that only takes into account your overall common app profile & GPA, no need for essays. I am talking about Miami University's Presidential Fellows Program. MiamiU also has an acceptance rate of 80% so the chances of you getting in are pretty high. Hope it helped you!

Read more here miamioh.edu/admission-aid/majors-minors-programs/honors-programs/presidential-fellows-program.html

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3 months ago[edited]

Hi! I’m in the same situation as you, and I have some tips. I have some friends that applied to college last year and got full rides (this was the University of Utah) and they said gpa was definitely important but it’s all in the essay and ACT/SAT score. Do your best to score as high as possible even if it means taking it multiple times. I’m not sure about schools like UCLA or Harvard, but for schools like the U of U (with a 70 percent acceptance rate) I think that’s what they’re looking for!

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Unweighted GPA: 3.7
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SAT: 720 math
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