Kaplan Scholarships 2005

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Get Money for College

With Kaplan's Scholarships 2005 Edition, you get exactly what you need -- information on the biggest and best funding programs available for college studies. This guide includes more than 3,000 listings in the areas of science, humanities, and social science, plus a variety of indexes to help you identify the best opportunities.

Don't Waste Your Time.

The scholarships in this book have been carefully selected. You won't waste time wading through $50 scholarships or ones that are tied only to one school. Each entry is worth at least $1,000, does not require repayment, and is not restricted to any one school.

Find the Perfect Scholarship for Your Needs.

Not all of the funding opportunities covered here are based on need or academics. Many sources award money based on career plans, writing ability, religious or ethnic background, and personal characteristics.

Hear from the Experts.

You'll receive tips and advice on researching your options, setting a timetable, applying for the best opportunities, and avoiding scholarship scams.

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About the author (2004)

Schlachter is President of Reference Service Press. Since 1991, she has been a visiting professor at San Jose State University.

Weber teaches economics and history at Harbor College (Wilmington, California) and East Los Angeles College, where he has been named "Teacher of the Year" every year since 1991.

Bucher is director of Financial Aid Operations at New York University. He teaches seminars for the U.S. Department of Education. He also teaches graduate seminar courses in New York University's School of Education.

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