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How much does the Bright Futures Scholarship pay?

How much does the Bright Futures Scholarship pay?

In summary, Bright Futures award amounts for the 2021 academic year: The Florida Academic Scholars Award is $212.71 per credit hour. The Florida Medallion Scholars Award is $159.53 per credit hour. The Academic Top Scholars Award is $44 per credit hour.

What ACT score do I need for Bright Futures?

Florida Academic Scholars: Requires a minimum weighted GPA of 3.5, an ACT composite score of 29 or SAT combined reading/math score of 1290 (1330 as starting in 2021), and 100 volunteer service hours.

Is 1220 a good SAT score?

Yes, a score of 1220 is quite good. It places you in the top 78th percentile nationally out of the 1.7 million test takers of the SAT entrance exam. The score indicates you’ve done a well above above average job answering the questions on the Math and Evidence-Based Reading & Writing sections of the test.

What are the requirements for a Bright Futures scholarship?

Eligibility Criteria: A Bright Futures Scholarship requires a standard Florida high school diploma, unless the student earns a high school diploma from a non-Florida school while living with a parent or guardian who is on A) military or B) public service assignment away from Florida. Program Requirements (no substitutions):

Do you have to be a Florida resident to apply for Bright Futures?

Be a Florida state resident and US citizen or eligible noncitizen (noncitizen eligibility is determined by your college). Note that you have to be a resident of Florida—if your parents aren’t, or if they move after you graduate high school but you remain a Florida resident—you’re still eligible!

When is the deadline to apply for Bright Futures?

Right now, there’s no indication that the testing deadline will be extended further, or that there will be exceptions made for students who aren’t able to take and submit the SAT, ACT, or PERT by December 1st, 2021. Also, these changes only affect students who graduated high school in 2021. No announcements have been made for the Class of 2022 yet.

What was Dominque’s score on the Bright Futures test?

Here are his scores from each test: The Bright Futures scholarship uses a superscore, which is a combination of Dominique’s two highest subject test scores (even though he took the test twice on two separate occasions). That means Dominque’s superscore is the combination of 550 (Math) and 740 (EBRW), which gives him a cumulative superscore of 1290.