Coupon Audit Scholarship (ID 1440)
- Start Date:
- Are you planning to attend college but you are worried about finances? Do not worry. You can win a scholarship worth $1000 dollars by entering an essay-writing competition. You can use this money in any manner you wish. You can use it to buy food, pay for your accommodation, pay for your tuition or anything else you wish. To win one of these five scholarships, you have to enter a competition, writing an essay of 500 words or more.
Enter the couponaudit.com scholarship now, and win $1000. All you need to do is show your knowledge by creating the best essay on coupons. The scholarship essay contest will involve answering the questions below:
• How to get discounts by using coupons in buying goods
• What are the benefits of frugality
Please do not be too obvious in your essay. Research well to make sure that your essay is very interesting, informative as well as entertaining. That way it will captivate your readers. The essay that you are going to write will be used in informing commodity consumers on how to get discounts on their purchases. We are going to award five scholarships to the five best essay writers. The winner might be your essay. Do all you can to win one of these five scholarships.
- Who Can Apply:
Scholarships are open to all graduating college seniors, military students, adults returning to school, undergraduate students, single parents going to school, graduate school students, nursing students and others, who are encouraged to apply to this scholarship.
You should not be related to any member of the Coupon Audit staff, or their extended family.
- Special Criteria:
- How To Enter The Contest:
• Answer one of the two questions above in 500-1000 words.
• Proofread your work to make sure there are no spellings and grammatical mistakes. Remember we are not interested in rough drafts.
• Once you have finished writing the essay, send it as a word document to email@example.com
Make the file name to be your full name and city of residence. Such as Joseph-Smith-Newyork.docx