I am dressing up my CV for graduate school admissions (Asian studies). I have included my merit-based scholarships in "Awards." However, is it also appropriate to list scholarships that I have been awarded that are judged based on financial need? Most of those also judge academic merit as a factor (though it is given less weight based on financial aid), and some of the need-based ones are considered competitive due to the ratio of awards to applicants.
I guess what I'm worried about is, does it disclose too much information about my financial situation--information which could bias an admissions committee against me?