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  • Writer's pictureCharlie Atkins

Six Steps to Nail your Personal Statement

Have you started thinking about your Personal Statement yet? Do you know what you want to study? Are you confident in the next steps?
We have teamed up with SFS Media to bring you our 6 steps to get you started!

The main element of your UCAS application is your Personal Statement, a 4,000 character document (or 47 lines) where you have the chance to sell yourself to your favourite universities in the hope of securing a space.

A simple google search for advice will bring up more tips than you could ever read; I hope to simplify this and share some of my top tips, especially when you don't know how to start. I hope to help alleviate some of the stress you may feel about your university application by giving you a framework to get started. If you are not applying to university yet, this is a great way to starting thinking about your future and get ahead.

My 6 Steps:

1. Create a List
2. Expand your Points
3. Find your Links
4. Differentiate Yourself!
5. Streamline
6. Finishing Touches



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