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GrammarBrain Scholarship

GrammarBrain is providing a scholarship to one student who displays exceptional thinking as it relates to English. And the changing dynamics that are occurring in English thanks to the digital era.

We encourage students who have profound reading and writing skills to apply. We aim to advance human knowledge through our information hub.

We are providing $2,000 in grants to students who surprise us. And show academic achievement with a desire to advance our society.

How to apply

To apply for the GrammarBrain scholarship, you only need to check that you meet the eligibility requirements, complete a short essay and submit the essay to the review email address included in this article.

Deadline: Your application MUST be received on or before December 30, 2022

Eligibility & Requirements

To qualify for the GrammarBrain Scholarship, you must meet all of the following requirements:

You are a enrolled in college

You must be enrolled as a student in an accredited college or university, or you must be an incoming new student (already accepted) at an accredited institution.

The institution must be in the United States. (We’re sorry to our international friends — this is necessary to avoid legal complexity! We hope to be able to offer international scholarships in the future.)

You have a GPA of 3.0 or higher

You must submit an unofficial high school or college transcript; a completed application; and your essay.

We must receive your completed application by the deadline:

Your application MUST be received on or before December 30, 2022 — Essay Topics (800 – 1400 words)

Please choose ONE of the topics below, and write an essay that shows us why you’re the ideal candidate for this scholarship. Essays must be from 800 to 1,600 words in length; longer or shorter essays will not be considered.

Topic #1: Please choose an internet slang acronym and describe it’s meaning. Students should use citations and bibliographies with their writing and provide example of how the slang term gets used in regular conversation.

Topic #2: Please choose a common mistaken idiom or phrase that is misused in English. For example, “bare with me” getting misused rather than “bear with me.” Please write a highly cited resource on how an American English reader and writer should use similar phrases correctly.

Essays may receive publication on this website with your name and information included as a nice benefit of your work.

Application email

To apply, please include your name, phone number, current university, essay, and intentions behind your grant.

Send to: [email protected]

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