law school grant or scholarship?

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law school grant or scholarship?

Postby Anonymous User » Mon Apr 19, 2010 1:00 pm

how do you put this on your resume? or is it even worth putting on the resume?
Due to my excellent 2nd year 1st semester grades I got some sort of grant which the administrator later told me was given to me after they considered my grades and "hardship" ...
I asked around and apparently none of my friends got it.
When the award statemenet arrived in my email account I clicked on it and it fell into the 'law school grant/ scholarship' category.

Renzo
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Re: law school grant or scholarship?

Postby Renzo » Mon Apr 19, 2010 2:34 pm

Anonymous User wrote:how do you put this on your resume? or is it even worth putting on the resume?
Due to my excellent 2nd year 1st semester grades I got some sort of grant which the administrator later told me was given to me after they considered my grades and "hardship" ...
I asked around and apparently none of my friends got it.
When the award statemenet arrived in my email account I clicked on it and it fell into the 'law school grant/ scholarship' category.

I would ask your OCS. If it's a merit award, they'll tell you how to put it on your resume. If it isn't very meritorious, they'll also be able to tell you.




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