No not a chance.
In my view of this, I would rather have someone look over my scholarship application rather than a simple spell check because to simplify this, your scholarship application is handed to a real person who will carefully read and analyze it therefore, giving a real life person your scholarship to read would help you since they can give you that real life experience.
Yes, there are scholarship sites such as MoolahSPOT that can give you several scholarship options.
of course through answer.com scholarship... i think it s the best way to get quick scholarship.
A person should get a scholarship for many reasons. They may deserve the scholarship because of educational accomplishments or because of financial reasons.
You should cater your answer to the firm providing said scholarship and see what other charities etc they are involved in. research them and you will have your answer. They don't want to hear you are a great guy, they want specifics on what you are going to do with the education they paid for.
Because I'm the best.
GED's give me a bonner.
Give them food
Unless your a business or a charity, your gift is not tax deductible.
You really need to go to that schools website. That should give you plenty of info.
If you want to apply for a scholarship you should search for one at : www.scholarships.com. It's a good site to search for a scholarship which suits you.