Why you have made certain choices
Think about the number of people applying to the same course as you and think about how many of them will write the same old predictable things such as “Ever since I had a fully developed sense of awareness I knew I wanted to take David Beckham studies at University.”
Don’t try and copy information from your friend’s personal statements.
There should be reasons why you are applying to your chosen subjects and there should be reasons why you think you are suitable for the courses.
Just think hard about this and write something 100% relevant to yourself.
One of the most important points to get across is that you have carefully considered your choices and not just thrown a dart at a UCAS directory.
Applying to Oxbridge
What if I don't get my grades
Personal statement guide
Use of language
Making your statement relevant
Why you've made certain choices
Personal statement layout
University with the most girls
University with the most boys
Student university facts
LGBT student societies
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