Noplag Scholarship Essay Contest

January 12th, 2017 by Bryanna

Noplag Scholarship Essay Contest
Deadline: June 25

Could you use $2500 for your studies? If so, make sure you enter the Noplag Scholarship Essay Contest, a contest designed to help students with their educational costs. The winners of this contest will be chosen by July 20th by the Noplag Education Department. Three winners will be granted the following prizes:

  • 1st Place: $2500
  • 2nd Place: $700
  • 3rd Place: $300

To enter this contest you must write an essay that’s “creative, inspiring, detailed, vivid, interesting and engaging” and submit it before the June 25th deadline. All entrants must be at least 16 years old and enrolled in a high school, college or university. Other requirements include the following:

  1. The length of the essay should be at least 700 words.
  2. The essay must correspond with the suggested topic.
  3. It must be written in English.
  4. The essay is to be typed and double-spaced. Font must be no smaller than 12 point Times New Roman.
  5. The essay must be coherent and correspond with the structure of the chosen essay type.
  6. Reference style – per your choice, no specific requirement.
  7. The essay must have an introduction with a thesis statement, body paragraphs and a conclusion.
  8. It must include standardized citations and a bibliography as well as follow accepted standards regarding attribution of quotations, arguments, and ideas of others.
  9. Please make sure the essay you submit is original.
  10. Please consider the following topics to focus the essay on:

Students life; Education process; Famous educators; Modern Plagiarism; Teacher Thoughts; Educational Technology; Mobile learning; E-Learning Technology; Learning and Technology; Speed Writing; Education in America; Plagiarism Intelligence; Internet Blogging; Best experts of education; Digital Writing; Digital Teaching; Ideas and Thoughts from EdTech; Home studing; Walk through writing process; American teachers; Tech & Learning; Getting smarter; A Teacher’s LifeStudy; Hacks; Education for free; education without teachers; learning to write letters in different languages; applications for virtual universities; money in education; the future of literary education; online education through websites; student learning from writers and poets; international virtual high school. Distant learning, Learning and Teaching problems and difficulties, ways to enhance education process, libraries and their role in education, modern tools useful for studying, teaching methods, approaches, ways to improve memory, time management approaches used in education.

View more information on the Noplag Scholarship Essay Contest and how to enter before the deadline.

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