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How To Get a Scholarship With My SAT?

i took the sat exam in the year 2005 october for the first time.scored 1990/2400. i believe this should get me a scholarship(even if partial) but i don't know how to go about anything in this field. i really need help from an experienced person. thanks.

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The university Grants you admission for high scores and the embassy issue an F-1 visa to study in the states.

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Why u all acting like you dont make mistakes or you dont play with words attimes? that the boy has choosed to write "can't" as "Kant" hasnt changed a thing. If i write "dt", does it mean i dont know how to spell "that"? abeg, help the guy if u have something gud(u can aswell say i dont know how to spell "good" too) for him. and 2400 score on SAT guarantee an admission but it does not guarantee an f-1 visa. You need do alot of home work buddy

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If u scored that high, i doubt if u'll spell 'can't' as kant.

ANyways, hun, my best advice to you is to go to the websites of the school's u wanna go to, and check out whatever it is that you need to do to get into their school. U are a smart kid, and u shouldn't let that waste.

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A 2240? What are you still doing in nigeria? and why can't you go? Did you apply to schools at all?

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i scored 2240 in my sat but i kant go

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You have a good score but the sad story is no matter how much ur scholarship is, the officials here might still deny you. But for that score i think UCA would take you on perhaps a scholarship of $2000 a year depending on yah O'Level results. More power to your elbow as u continue the search. God bless

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The best bet is to apply for finacial aid in your school of choice. thats easier cos it has a lesser pool of applicants than the generic scholarship bodies.

I took the SAT in 1999 and scored 1320/1600. I got a $9000 scholarship from the University of Missouri but i was still denied F1 visa. So getting scholarship is just 1 of 2 hurdles to scale.

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Research on the financial aids provided by the institution and check the criterias, if you fullfill it. Apply for admission first. The probability of getting a scholarship with admission at the same time is one out of a thousand. After getting the admission, get the financial aid form fill it up and send it with their requirments. All the best.

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Write a superb essay (personal statement) or whatever. Really sell yourself to the school(s) you want. When I was applying to college - many moons ago - I interviewed w/ an alum and he was like "Do you play an instrument?" And I was like "yes." and he said "When send them a tape." Well I didn't. . .and I didn't get into that school but my point is that you should really go the extra mile. Hope this helps. Good luck.

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