Scholarships are hard to come by after high school and teacher scholarships should be listed as one of the endangered species in this country. To help right this academic wrong, the Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation has added education to the list of Tuition Back Scholarships. This means that education majors can now compete for scholarship money for simply reading their text books.
The first Education Tuition Back Scholarship is based on the course, Human Development. This is a course found at almost every college that prepares teachers for the classroom. The scholarship consists of several quizzes that correspond with midterms and finals. So the first quiz should include the same content as would be seen on a midterm exam. Even if a student doesn’t win the scholarship they will be preparing for the exam at the same time they are competing for scholarship money.
All Common Knowledge Scholarships utilize the same method in determining the winners. Students log in during a specific window of time (days) that the quiz is available. They receive 500 points for each correct answer and lose one (1) point for each second it takes to complete each question. The person with the most points at the end of the contest is the scholarship winner and receives all or part of their tuition back for the course.
It is a fun and effective way to prepare for exams and earn scholarship money.
For complete information visit www.cksf.org