Twilight Named Topic of Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation’s Summer Scholarship: Read a Book, Take a Quiz, Win a Scholarship

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High school and college scholarship available from CKSF based on the Twilight book Breaking Dawn. The scholarship is an online quiz and requires not essay or application.

The Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation has announced Stephenie Meyer’s Breaking Dawn, the final novel in the Twilight Saga, as the summer reading scholarship. The first of a three part quiz competition will be available August 13th at CKSF’s website All high school, college and university students in the United States are eligible to participate.

The Twilight books were voted the topic of choice by CKSF participants for the 2012 summer scholarship quizzes. The competition is divided into three quizzes to match the format of the Breaking Dawn book. The scholarship winner is determined by how well the participant remembers the details of the book and performs on the quizzes. The person with the highest overall score will receive a $250 scholarship that may be used at the college or university of choice.

Registration is currently open and complete scholarship details can be found at

There are no essays, forms, or applications. All Common Knowledge Scholarship winners are determined by a combination of time and accuracy while taking online quizzes. The Twilight scholarship has three quizzes each with 12 questions and will require less than five minutes each to complete for most participants. The top scorers will be advanced to the Championship Round on August 29th where they will take one last quiz to determine the scholarship winner.

“It is a fun scholarship competition that encourages leisure reading,” said Daryl Hulce the scholarship founder. “We are trying to make participating for scholarships fun and we are happy to provide college money for books that students are not required to read in school.”

The Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation is a not for profit organization developed and administered at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. An innovator in online scholarship and educational programs, CKSF has awarded in excess of $325,000 to over 725 students since 2001.

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