Ten Top Tips for Personal Statements

Personal Statements – ten top tips! Start thinking about your Personal Statement in Year 12 – right now! - and start collecting evidence of what you have done to prove your interest in your chosen course Think about what you want to study – what do you find interesting? Read articles from newspapers, relevant magazines and online – keep a log of what you’ve read and you can mention the ones you find particularly interesting as evidence in your Personal Statement Visit museums, art galleries, theatres, law courts, interesting buildings....this can count as evidence if it is relevant to your chosen course Get work experience if it’s an entry requirement – all healthcare courses, veterinary med

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