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College Scholarship Tip: Search while waiting
This super easy college scholarship tip will help you find more scholarships in less time!
Students and their parents are extremely busy these days and it may seem impossible to squeeze even another minute out of each day. Luckily, this college scholarship tip will give you some ideas about how to make the most out of your time and find more scholarships.
Honestly answer these questions though and you just may find some scholarship searching time:
- Do you watch TV?
Search for scholarships during the commercials!
- Do you wait for your students when picking them up from sports practices?
Search for scholarships while waiting! (Do practices ever end on time?)
- Do you commute to work via bus, subway, or train?
Use your smartphone and search for scholarships while riding.
The same goes for waiting in doctors’ offices, dental chairs, grocery store check-out lines, and amusement park lines. OK, amusement park lines may be taking it a bit too far, but you get the picture.
MAKE time for scholarship searching and help your student apply for as many as they possibly can!
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Monica Matthews is the author of How to Win College Scholarships. She helped her own son win over $100,000 in college scholarships and now shares her expertise with other parents and their students. She truly has “been there, done that” in regards to helping parents and students navigate the scholarship process.
Her method of helping students in finding college scholarships, writing unique and compelling scholarship essays, creating amazing scholarship application packets and more, have taught desperate parents to help their own students win thousands of scholarship dollars.
Monica’s scholarship tips have been featured on many prominent websites and she has been dubbed the “Go-To” expert on college scholarships.