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I was a semi-finalist back in 2012 (it seems like ages ago now), and one piece of advice I would give is to be specific about how this scholarship is going to change your life. This isn't just about the financial support, but it's about the network that you'll be entering into that's going to be so powerful. Also write about what type of impact you've created in your own community (if it's LGBTQ related, great, if not, still write about it) that can signal that you will be able to recreate that impact but on a bigger scale, and that only the Point Scholarship can help you achieve that.

There are a lot of great applicants, and so trying to best them at their game (academia, professional experience, research, medicine) will be difficult. Come from a place of authenticity, and you will shine through into the finals.

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