The scholarship book [2004]: the complete guide to private-sector scholarships, fellowships, grants and loans for the undergraduate, Volume 1

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Prentice Hall Press, Jul 1, 2004 - Study Aids - 630 pages
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This is the first and most-acclaimed guide to private-sector scholarships, grants, and loans published in America, and this new edition-complete with an expanded table of contents and the latest research-offers more scholarships than ever before. It also includes helpful tips on determining one's qualifications for awards, writing application essays and cover letters, avoiding scholarship scams, and finding useful web sites. In addition, The Scholarship Book 11th EditionCD-ROM features thousands of direct Internet links to the home pages of private-sector sources of financial aid, as well as a search function that directs you instantly to the financial aid sources that match your qualifications.

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This book is good for parents and students. It helps to by pass the web sites that want to take your money and then charge you up every month. With the right information you can write your own grant proposials or essays. I found this material to be very informative. Read full review

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book contains great scholarships easy to understand.good luck to future students!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Read full review


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Cassidy is President of National Scholarship Research Service.

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