SubjectMath.com Diversity and Excellence Scholarship
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SubjectMath.com is committed to promoting diversity and academic excellence in math grad programs in the US. In addition to offering materials of top quality, we offer full funding of the entire course package (videos and books) to a few promising future grad students who exhibit academic excellence while coming from a diverse background and overcoming personal and financial hardships. The award will be granted prior to our recommended first study day for the September exam, as described in our official study schedule.
Applicant must reside in the US.
Applicant must have studied a bachelor's degree in the US.
Applicant must complete the application before the deadline: August 5th, 2017, 11:59pm EST.
Applicant must agree to the terms and conditions.
Personal and contact information
Academic information, including transcripts in PDF format (unofficial transcripts are acceptable).
If available: standard GRE score printout.
Personal essay: describe your accomplishments and the personal and\or financial hardships you overcame in achieving these accomplishments (in 500 words or less).
A profile picture.
The selection process will use the following criteria:
Diverse cultural background.
Personal and financial hardships.
Please send an email to email@example.com
Terms and Conditions:
1. GP Group LLC is the only entity to study the applications and to award the scholarship, based on the criteria above and the best of its judgment.
2. No applications will be accepted past the deadline. There will be no exceptions.
3. An application which does not consist of all needed information and documents will not be considered.
4. Application materials will not be used for any other purpose other than scholarship consideration process, except for the following purpose:
Applicant agrees that in the case of winning the scholarship, his/her name, picture, city and state of residence and undergraduate/graduate school name may be used in a special section dedicated to this scholarship on SubjectMath.com website.
5. All applicants must agree to these terms to be considered for the scholarship.
2017 Scholarship Winner:
Viliana Apollon, Kent, Washington
2016 Scholarship Winner:
Gabriel Ruiz, Riverside, California