Scholarship essay for GW


Hi everybody!

Does anyone know how to write a scholarship essay for George washington University? Do I have to say the reasons why I need the financial aid or should I focus on my merits?
Please any advice is welcome!!
Thanks in advance.

Hi everybody!

Does anyone know how to write a scholarship essay for George washington University? Do I have to say the reasons why I need the financial aid or should I focus on my merits?
Please any advice is welcome!!
Thanks in advance.
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llmadvise

Hello AppleLemoon, At Graduate level Georgetown's financial assistance is mainly merit-based. I would pick two or at max three characteristics of yourself to focus on. Give a unique insight into your past, present and future aspirations. Be passionate, have a unique style and personalize your essay and the scholarship wll be yours. Best of luck!

Hello AppleLemoon, At Graduate level Georgetown's financial assistance is mainly merit-based. I would pick two or at max three characteristics of yourself to focus on. Give a unique insight into your past, present and future aspirations. Be passionate, have a unique style and personalize your essay and the scholarship wll be yours. Best of luck!
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Hello AppleLemoon, At Graduate level Georgetown's financial assistance is mainly merit-based. I would pick two or at max three characteristics of yourself to focus on. Give a unique insight into your past, present and future aspirations. Be passionate, have a unique style and personalize your essay and the scholarship wll be yours. Best of luck!


Thanks llmadvise for your time, but I asked for George Washington University (GW), not Georgetown. However, I figured that your advice could work with GW. Let me know if there're different rules.

<blockquote>Hello AppleLemoon, At Graduate level Georgetown's financial assistance is mainly merit-based. I would pick two or at max three characteristics of yourself to focus on. Give a unique insight into your past, present and future aspirations. Be passionate, have a unique style and personalize your essay and the scholarship wll be yours. Best of luck!</blockquote>

Thanks llmadvise for your time, but I asked for George Washington University (GW), not Georgetown. However, I figured that your advice could work with GW. Let me know if there're different rules.
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rbellaver

Hello AppleLemoon, At Graduate level Georgetown's financial assistance is mainly merit-based. I would pick two or at max three characteristics of yourself to focus on. Give a unique insight into your past, present and future aspirations. Be passionate, have a unique style and personalize your essay and the scholarship wll be yours. Best of luck!


Thanks llmadvise for your time, but I asked for George Washington University (GW), not Georgetown. However, I figured that your advice could work with GW. Let me know if there're different rules.


by those words it seems like piece of cake. hahaha.

Good luck, Apple! Hopefully it will be yours! :)

<blockquote><blockquote>Hello AppleLemoon, At Graduate level Georgetown's financial assistance is mainly merit-based. I would pick two or at max three characteristics of yourself to focus on. Give a unique insight into your past, present and future aspirations. Be passionate, have a unique style and personalize your essay and the scholarship wll be yours. Best of luck!</blockquote>

Thanks llmadvise for your time, but I asked for George Washington University (GW), not Georgetown. However, I figured that your advice could work with GW. Let me know if there're different rules.</blockquote>

by those words it seems like piece of cake. hahaha.

Good luck, Apple! Hopefully it will be yours! :)
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Hello, I am experiencing the same concerns. I am a Fulbright Nominee, therefore I have already written a very passionate essay describing my unique path, academic and extracurricular achievements from very personal viewpoint. However, it is my...Personal statement. It will be submitted to GWU as personal statement as well. Now, since I worked very hard on my PS and I brainstormed every topic, style, approach carefully selecting nearly every word, I am quite confused how to write a separate essay which topic sounds really identical without repeating phrases, events, and thoughts.

Hello, I am experiencing the same concerns. I am a Fulbright Nominee, therefore I have already written a very passionate essay describing my unique path, academic and extracurricular achievements from very personal viewpoint. However, it is my...Personal statement. It will be submitted to GWU as personal statement as well. Now, since I worked very hard on my PS and I brainstormed every topic, style, approach carefully selecting nearly every word, I am quite confused how to write a separate essay which topic sounds really identical without repeating phrases, events, and thoughts.
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Hello, I am experiencing the same concerns. I am a Fulbright Nominee, therefore I have already written a very passionate essay describing my unique path, academic and extracurricular achievements from very personal viewpoint. However, it is my...Personal statement. It will be submitted to GWU as personal statement as well. Now, since I worked very hard on my PS and I brainstormed every topic, style, approach carefully selecting nearly every word, I am quite confused how to write a separate essay which topic sounds really identical without repeating phrases, events, and thoughts.


Exactly!! I feel the same way. I asked to the faculty about that and they told that it should be a completely different essay, because "(...) the scholarship essay must convince us why you deserve and need the scholarship" (quote from the e-mail). OMG, this isn't clear at all!

<blockquote>Hello, I am experiencing the same concerns. I am a Fulbright Nominee, therefore I have already written a very passionate essay describing my unique path, academic and extracurricular achievements from very personal viewpoint. However, it is my...Personal statement. It will be submitted to GWU as personal statement as well. Now, since I worked very hard on my PS and I brainstormed every topic, style, approach carefully selecting nearly every word, I am quite confused how to write a separate essay which topic sounds really identical without repeating phrases, events, and thoughts. </blockquote>

Exactly!! I feel the same way. I asked to the faculty about that and they told that it should be a completely different essay, because "(...) the scholarship essay must convince us why you deserve and need the scholarship" (quote from the e-mail). OMG, this isn't clear at all!
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MFCir

Hello, I am experiencing the same concerns. I am a Fulbright Nominee, therefore I have already written a very passionate essay describing my unique path, academic and extracurricular achievements from very personal viewpoint. However, it is my...Personal statement. It will be submitted to GWU as personal statement as well. Now, since I worked very hard on my PS and I brainstormed every topic, style, approach carefully selecting nearly every word, I am quite confused how to write a separate essay which topic sounds really identical without repeating phrases, events, and thoughts.


Exactly!! I feel the same way. I asked to the faculty about that and they told that it should be a completely different essay, because "(...) the scholarship essay must convince us why you deserve and need the scholarship" (quote from the e-mail). OMG, this isn't clear at all!


Hi AppleLemon, I sent you a PM about it. Did they say anything about the length of the essay?

<blockquote><blockquote>Hello, I am experiencing the same concerns. I am a Fulbright Nominee, therefore I have already written a very passionate essay describing my unique path, academic and extracurricular achievements from very personal viewpoint. However, it is my...Personal statement. It will be submitted to GWU as personal statement as well. Now, since I worked very hard on my PS and I brainstormed every topic, style, approach carefully selecting nearly every word, I am quite confused how to write a separate essay which topic sounds really identical without repeating phrases, events, and thoughts. </blockquote>

Exactly!! I feel the same way. I asked to the faculty about that and they told that it should be a completely different essay, because "(...) the scholarship essay must convince us why you deserve and need the scholarship" (quote from the e-mail). OMG, this isn't clear at all!</blockquote>

Hi AppleLemon, I sent you a PM about it. Did they say anything about the length of the essay?
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Hello, I am experiencing the same concerns. I am a Fulbright Nominee, therefore I have already written a very passionate essay describing my unique path, academic and extracurricular achievements from very personal viewpoint. However, it is my...Personal statement. It will be submitted to GWU as personal statement as well. Now, since I worked very hard on my PS and I brainstormed every topic, style, approach carefully selecting nearly every word, I am quite confused how to write a separate essay which topic sounds really identical without repeating phrases, events, and thoughts.


Exactly!! I feel the same way. I asked to the faculty about that and they told that it should be a completely different essay, because "(...) the scholarship essay must convince us why you deserve and need the scholarship" (quote from the e-mail). OMG, this isn't clear at all!


Hi AppleLemon, I sent you a PM about it. Did they say anything about the length of the essay?


Thanks for your PM. Nope, they didn't tell me anything about the formalities, so I guess it's kind of free-style because not even in the website it appears any rules.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hello, I am experiencing the same concerns. I am a Fulbright Nominee, therefore I have already written a very passionate essay describing my unique path, academic and extracurricular achievements from very personal viewpoint. However, it is my...Personal statement. It will be submitted to GWU as personal statement as well. Now, since I worked very hard on my PS and I brainstormed every topic, style, approach carefully selecting nearly every word, I am quite confused how to write a separate essay which topic sounds really identical without repeating phrases, events, and thoughts. </blockquote>

Exactly!! I feel the same way. I asked to the faculty about that and they told that it should be a completely different essay, because "(...) the scholarship essay must convince us why you deserve and need the scholarship" (quote from the e-mail). OMG, this isn't clear at all!</blockquote>

Hi AppleLemon, I sent you a PM about it. Did they say anything about the length of the essay?</blockquote>

Thanks for your PM. Nope, they didn't tell me anything about the formalities, so I guess it's kind of free-style because not even in the website it appears any rules.
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llmadvise

Hi everybody!

Does anyone know how to write a scholarship essay for George washington University? Do I have to say the reasons why I need the financial aid or should I focus on my merits?
Please any advice is welcome!!
Thanks in advance.

Hi AppleLemon
Sorry about the mix up of Universities. At George Washington they want to know why you should be considered (A4 page)? So write about your academic achievements, community contributions, and any other
information that will assist them in making a decision. Good luck.

<blockquote>Hi everybody!

Does anyone know how to write a scholarship essay for George washington University? Do I have to say the reasons why I need the financial aid or should I focus on my merits?
Please any advice is welcome!!
Thanks in advance.</blockquote>
Hi AppleLemon
Sorry about the mix up of Universities. At George Washington they want to know why you should be considered (A4 page)? So write about your academic achievements, community contributions, and any other
information that will assist them in making a decision. Good luck.
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Hi everybody!

Does anyone know how to write a scholarship essay for George washington University? Do I have to say the reasons why I need the financial aid or should I focus on my merits?
Please any advice is welcome!!
Thanks in advance.

Hi AppleLemon
Sorry about the mix up of Universities. At George Washington they want to know why you should be considered (A4 page)? So write about your academic achievements, community contributions, and any other
information that will assist them in making a decision. Good luck.


Thank you llmadvise!

<blockquote><blockquote>Hi everybody!

Does anyone know how to write a scholarship essay for George washington University? Do I have to say the reasons why I need the financial aid or should I focus on my merits?
Please any advice is welcome!!
Thanks in advance.</blockquote>
Hi AppleLemon
Sorry about the mix up of Universities. At George Washington they want to know why you should be considered (A4 page)? So write about your academic achievements, community contributions, and any other
information that will assist them in making a decision. Good luck.</blockquote>

Thank you llmadvise!
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