Sunday, February 21, 2010


bismillah walhamdulillah.

" jangan malas. kalau malas, tiada siapa boleh tolong."
abang sulung

instead of keep arguing about our grad's day non-stop-related opinions, let us spend more time thinking about our future.
life must keep going on, 18th gen!:puteh_28:

so, here are some tips on APPLYING SCHOLARSHIP.
i know you have read this before. but i'm doing this because sharing is caring, kann?


  • Pay close attention to scholarship application deadlines. Use a calendar, make a schedule for yourself and stick to it. Applications submitted past the deadline are usually not considered.
  • Gather application materials early to give yourself plenty of time to complete each step. Applications that have been rushed look sloppy and incomplete applications probably won’t be accepted.
  • Don’t ignore small awards. Even these can add up!
  • Prepare your resume and keep it updated- this is a good way to outline your thoughts and show your activities and achievements.
  • Think carefully about who should write your letters of recommendation. Choose people who can be specific about your strengths as well as your ability to overcome your weaknesses.
  • In your essays, let your personality shine through. Present your ideas in a focused, thoughtful and meaningful manner. Write in a natural style and support your ideas with specific examples.
  • Proofread your essays and applications. Ask friends, teachers or parents for feedback. Errors or poor writing skills will have a negative effect.
  • Keep a copy of everything you submit!
  • If you are notified that you have received a scholarship made possible by a specific donor, send a thank-you note to the donor. Also, if appropriate, keep the donor informed of your progress.

aku sayang 18th gen.

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