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Headed to a Scholarship Competition?


 

Headed to a Scholarship Competition?

If you've done a great job educating your kids, it's possible.  Your children are bright, intelligent, well socialized and have an area of passionate interest.  They have all the required classes, great grades, excellent test scores, and wonderful letters of recommendation. You have kept complete and accurate homeschool records.  That means your child might be invited to a scholarship competition. They could be invited to interview at a prestigious school.

A college may want a thirty minute interview for admission, or an eight hour competition for scholarships.  How do you prepare for something like that?

I have lots of ideas to help you prepare yourself and your child for this wonderful event.  Read "How to Win a Scholarship Competition and Ace the Admission Interview"  In this article, you'll get great explanations and plenty of lists to prepare your child.

Do the Ground Work
Plan Ahead
12 Ways to Prepare Your Thoughts
13 Practice Questions
6 Helpful Be - Attitudes
14 "Don't Do" Tips
Scholarship Competitions
Karla's Experience
Give Thanks

Success can happen to you, too, so be prepared!   Read the article and you'll be ready!



 

Learn how you can create homeschool records that win college admission and scholarships.
Homeschooling High School - How to Get it All Done
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