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Personal Statement advice for Master's applications

Master's Applications - Personal Statement Review


Giving yourself the best possible chance of success


Of course while you are at school, you have guidance on writing your Personal Statement for your undergraduate degree, but who can you ask for help with your Master's application and the all-important Personal Statement?

For the past ten years, I have been helping students with successful applications to Master's degree courses at top UK universities including Oxford, Cambridge, LSE, Imperial, Warwick, King's and further afield. I am extremely experienced in giving students effective advice on writing an excellent Personal Statement. In combination with the appropriate undergraduate degree result, this can lead to an interview at a top university or even an immediate offer. Obviously there are no absolute guarantees but I can help to give you the best possible chance of success.

When you are happy with your draft Personal Statement, you can sign up for a Personal Statement review and I will email you with written guidance on making the best possible application.

Then, you will email me details of the Master's degree course you wish to apply for along with a copy of your statement:

  • I will proofread it for errors in grammar, spelling and punctuation

  • I will edit the content to enhance sentence structure and streamline paragraphs

  • I will assess the academic content and subject-specific evidence of your interest in your chosen Master's

  • I will ensure the application is targeted appropriately towards your chosen university

  • I will make suggestions for how you can enhance what you have written, as required


Included in the price is a second review – once you have made any changes and you believe you almost have your final draft you will email it to me again. I will ensure it is within the university line, character or page limits and carry out a final proofread, edit and polish so your Personal Statement is ready for you to send off.

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