If there’s a will; there’s a way.
This can be the most fitting motto for a student who wants to pursue further schooling but does not have enough financial resources to do so. For a poor but intelligent student, a scholarship grant can be the answer to the problem.
To write a scholarship letter, you need to cite how you learned about the scholarship program of the person or company or organization you are writing to. You will also need to relate the financial situation you may be into and why you need such a scholarship grant. You will have to make the person you are writing to your qualities to merit such a favour and what you will do to really deserve what you are asking for.
In all ways, you will have to be sincere and honest. After all, honesty is still the best policy. You may also have to attach some important personal and school records for reference.