Are you taking AP Government and Politics: Comparative in high school? Now you can begin earning college scholarships for good grades in AP Government and Politics: Comparative classes as early as the 9th grade, even if you don't plan to major in it when you go to college. University of Dayton, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Southwestern University and other colleges offer up to $1,500 in scholarships for getting A's in AP Government and Politics: Comparative. If you get a B, you can earn up to $1,500 per class, from up to 24 universities!
Unlike other AP Government and Politics: Comparativescholarships, micro-scholarships don't involve an application, essay, or selection process. They are awarded in your aid package if you enroll at that college.
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Which colleges offer no-essay AP Government and Politics: Comparative scholarships?
|Number of colleges offering||377|
|Award amount||Up to $4,500 per year|