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Your main problem is lack of regular income. I think your scholarships can be considered income if they provide for living expenses/books/etc., but I don't think you can consider the part of scholarships that pay for tuition. The fact is it won't really hurt you to apply as rejection just means an inquiry. Personally, I would recommend you get 3 open revolving lines in any case as soon as you have any income. There are some student cards that are easy to get if you are student with income.
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