Scholarship Game, The

Scholarship Game, The

A no-fluff guide to making college affordable

A lean guide to getting in and making attending affordable.


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The Scholarship Game is a guide to the college application and scholarship selection processes written from the perspective of someone who just finished them.
The book provides a step-by-step walkthrough of the application process beginning with developing a resume and deciding where to apply, and ending with negotiating with colleges and making a final decision. It covers how to approach every aspect of a college application as well as tips for writing scholarship applications and breakdowns of every type of interview the author experienced during his own process.

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The Scholarship Game is a guide to the college application and scholarship selection processes written from the perspective of someone who just finished them. The book provides a step-by-step walkthrough of the application process beginning with developing a resume and deciding where to apply, and ending with negotiating with colleges and making a final decision. It covers how to approach every aspect of a college application as well as tips for writing scholarship applications and breakdowns of every type of interview the author experienced during his own process. Author Luke Arnce, who was able to earn over $1,000,000 in scholarships and is currently attending Emory on a full-ride merit scholarship, shares his wisdom and insights to financing one's college education in The Scholarship Game: A No-Fluff Guide to Making College Affordable. Chapters walk the reader through building a resume, writing essays, obtaining letters of recommendation, presenting for interviews, and more, all to obtain scholarships to fund one's expensive education. The Scholarship Game is a "must-read" for every prospective college student, highly recommended. "Task-based group interviews are not evaluated on who builds the best whatever. They're judged on how well the candidates handle themselves in the situation and interact with their teammates. You may have the best idea ever, but if your team doesn't want to do it, you'll be better of listening to your teammates instead of going rogue." ~ Midwest Book Review

4/5 Stars I read this book in preparation for when my teen starts looking at colleges next year. I found it to be really helpful and informative. A lot has changed since I applied to college a couple of decades ago! I would recommend this book both to high schoolers looking at colleges and their parents in trying to figure out how to pay for it. ~ Pamela Johnson, NetGalley

I loved this book and how it provides information about applying to colleges in a language that my 17 yr old understood. I am thankful for the information. ~ April Siggal, NetGalley/Goodreads

Luke Arnce is attending Emory University on a full-ride scholarship, so he obviously knows something about getting into and earning a scholarship for one of the top universities in the U.S. He has written a book to share the wealth of his knowledge with aspiring scholars: The Scholarship Game: A No-Fluff Guide to Making College Affordable. Useful.... a good place to start. ~ Paul Mastin, Reading Glutton

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Luke Arnce
Luke Arnce Luke Arnce is a college student at Emory University from Joplin, Missouri. In his college application process, he applied to 18 schools and ...
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